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  • Keywords
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    • Third culture fiction,
    • Third culture kid,
    • Contemporary American fiction,
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Come Home, Friday
by Emma Abrams

Secrets. Ruthless operatives. Shadowy overseers. And two young adults caught in the middle. Frankie Donofrio’s dad told her, “We all have choices.” Day Goode’s father told him, “One can never go home.” Together, the high school sweethearts make a choice… to go home. Only his home is in a secret collectivist society, not on any map. And Frankie has no idea what is waiting for them. It is the beginning of a journey of discovery, making life-changing decisions… and danger. Because, unknown to Day and Frankie, their choice will have an impact felt around the world. More importantly, most of their decisions have already been made by people they have never even met. Come Home, Friday is a story about family, love, and faith. And the big question of whether you can ever truly go home.

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As a younger, Emma Abrams was an avid reader, even reading encyclopedias and cookbooks in a pinch. An American, she has called British Columbia, Canada ‘home’ for most of her adult life. Abrams enjoys traveling but feels most comfortable returning to her childhood haunts in South America, where her parents served as evangelical missionaries. A “third-culture kid,” she often incorporates that unique aspect in her writing. Abrams is author of The Dorm, a novel set in a boarding school in Ecuador. Readers can connect with her online at


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