Zones first edition cover
|Author||Damien Broderick & Rory Barnes|
|Genre||Young-adult, science fiction|
|Media type||Print (Paperback)|
|Pages||224 pp (first edition)|
Zones was first published in Australia in 1997 by Moonstone, a division of HarperCollins Australia, in trade paperback format. In 2004 it was released as a braille book by Vision Australia Information and Library Service. In 2012, it appeared in print in the USA for the first time, from Borgo/Wildside.
The protaginist is a teenager called Jenny who lives in Melbourne with her father and enjoys physics. She has a typical life until receiving a phone call from a boy from the year 1965.
Zones was a short-list nominee for the 1997 Aurealis Award for best young-adult novel and best science fiction novel but lost to Catherine Jinks' Eye to Eye and Greylands by Isobelle Carmody in the young-adult category and to Broderick's The White Abacus in the science fiction category.
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