Girl Haven

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When seventh-grader Ash, his crush Eleanor, and their friends are transported to a girls-only imaginary world, Ash must come to terms with the fact that he may actually be a transgender girl. Full of wonder, humor, and heart, Girl Haven is the newest original story from the author of Lumberjanes.

Three years ago, Ash's mom, Kristin, left home and never came back. Now, Ash lives in the house where Kristin grew up. All of her things are there. Her old room, her old clothes, and the shed, where she spent her childhood creating a fantasy world called Koretris.

Ash knows all about Koretris: how it's a haven for girls, with no men or boys allowed, and filled with fanciful landscapes and creatures. When Ash's friends decide to try going to Koretris, using one of Kristin's spellbooks, Ash doesn't think anything will happen. But the spell works, and Ash discovers that the world Kristin created is actually a real place, with real inhabitants and very real danger.

But if Koretris is real, why is Ash there? Everyone has always called Ash a boy. Ash uses he/him pronouns. Shouldn't the spell have kept Ash out? And what does it mean if it let Ash in?

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Title:Girl Haven
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781620108659
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  • Gee

    (I received an ARC from Oni Press, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review! Thanks to both for trusting me with 'Girl Haven')Trans Remembrance Day having been just yesterday, I thought that it...

  • ashes ?

    I was so disappointed by this book! Easily what I was most excited to receive from NetGalley and what I am now saddest about. Admittedly this is making me want to take a break from NG because of this....

  • Madara

    From the author of Lumberjanes comes a story of belonging, gender identity, finding yourself and overcoming fears. It is beautifully told, the art is decent.The world of Koretris is interesting and I ...

  • Alex Sarll

    Trans portal fantasy in which a boy called Ash finds himself in the fantasy world his missing mother created. The catch being, the whole idea of that world is that it was everyone there, the talking a...

  • Layla

    I received an eARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Powerful, moving and thought provoking. This fantastic LGBTQIA graphic novel is perfect for anyone aged 10 up in my opinion.Beauti...

  • Mikorin

    Huge thank you for Oni Press and NetGalley for granting me this ARC. Y’all, I loved every minute of this book. Just by looking at the indie art style I knew I would like this. One of the authors wor...

  • Anatl

    Thanks to Oni Press and NetGalley for giving me this arc in exchange for an honest review.Asher is a lonely boy who befriends 3 girls who are also the gay chapter of their school, he invites them to h...

  • Laura

    I just finished reading the ARC of Girl Haven by the writers who started Lumberjane> I had no idea, going in, what to expect.This was both so much fun, and so deep, it had be going both ways. The stor...

  • Manon the Malicious

    I was provided an ARC by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Girl Haven is Ash's story. Ash's mother is gone and Ash never found out what happened to her. It's now just Ash an...

  • DeAnne

    *I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.I found this to be such a lovely story, it opens a great narrative about gender as well as being a great adventure between four new...