Noma Girl




      Noma Girl
Because of a quirk of history during the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, present day America is rigidly divided between people who live and work during the hours of darkness Smudges and those known as Rays, who populate the day A group of Smudges called the Noma live on the fringes of society in loose tribes, preying on Smudges and Rays alike Gigi is a ruthless Noma, but in this prequel companion story to Plus One, she is ordered to abduct a cell phone hacker named Ciel Le Coeur and reveals a surprisingly tender heart.At the publisher s request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software DRM applied. New Download Noma Girl [ By ] Elizabeth Fama [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – bluevapours.co.uk

Elizabeth Fama is the author of Plus One FSG, 2014 , Monstrous Beauty FSG, 2012 , a YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults selection and Odyssey Award honor winner, and Overboard Cricket Books, 2002 , an ALA Best Books for Young Adults You re absolutely welcome to follow me on Goodreads, but I won t seem very interesting as a reader here While I m an active lurker on GR, I keep all of my personal thoughts about what I m reading on an anonymous Booklikes account.


      Noma Girl
 By Elizabeth Fama IBN : 1466866705 Format : ebook – bluevapours.co.uk
  • ebook
  • 32 pages
  • Noma Girl
  • Elizabeth Fama
  • English
  • 06 June 2017
  • 1466866705

10 thoughts on “ Noma Girl

  1. TL says:

    Nice premise but it felt clunky to me and I couldn t connect with it fully.Read it for free here

  2. ❤Marie Gentilcore says:

    This novella was included with my audio version of Plus One The narrator is Gigi, a Noma girl The Noma is a type of gang that exists in the Plus One world and whose members operate in both daytime and night, preying on both Smudges and Rays This short story is a prequel to Plus One and provides ba...

  3. Jen (The Starry-Eyed Revue) says:

    LOVED this short story from Gigi s perspective I liked Gigi s character in Plus One even maybe when I wasn t supposed to, and it s no different in this story She s a walking contradiction tough but soft, cruel but kind Such an interesting character, that s for sure I liked how this story portrayed her, how she thought and spoke and carried herself And it also made me see Ciel in a...

  4. Cathie says:

    3 stars because it is so short it s the prequel to the Plus One novel by the same author In this prequel we learn about the Noma s those who live on the edge and in between the rules of the Smudges and Rays I would have loved this to...

  5. Elyse says:

    This was a nice addition to the Plus One world and a new facet of Gigi She s a harsh, abrupt, tough as nails Noma girl in Plus One and this book shows her softer, sensitive side She s broken and it is one man s fault.It can be read at

  6. Louisa says:

    Great prequel story to Plus One, of how Gigi and Ciel fell in love And while it was weird reading it because there weren t any quotation marks for speaking lines, well, it was really great And how he came up with the automatic switching of assignments at the curfew of one

  7. Anuda-Be says:

    Nothing essential just a novella Nothing essential just a novella

  8. Jennifer Ellision says:

    This hurt my heart and made me like Gigi so muchI also weirdly love the lack of proper punctuation It was the right choice for the character.

  9. Marianna says:

    I got excited for a small brief second and then became sorely disappointed Noma Girl is a prequel to Plus One by Elizabeth Fama which I loved I was hoping to get additional insight into the world of Gigi and her history with Ciel, but unfortunately, this extremely short story only hit the tip of the iceberg We still don t know what happened between them This story only touches upon how the met and began their relationship there is nothing here to explain wh...

  10. Hannah says:

    I think this could ve used a little editing, but beyond that this was a pretty interesting look into what happened between Ciel and Gigi I enjoyed it, and definitely would have loved to readtbh

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