Quinn Cutler is sixteen and the daughter of a high-profile Brooklyn politician. She’s also pregnant, a crisis made infinitely more shocking by the fact that she has no memory of ever having sex. Before Quinn can solve this deeply troubling mystery, her story becomes public. Rumors spread, jeopardizing her reputation, her relationship with a boyfriend she adores, and her father’s campaign for Congress. Religious fanatics gather at the Cutlers’ home, believing Quinn is a virgin, pregnant with the next messiah. Quinn’s desperate search for answers uncovers lies and family secrets—strange, possibly supernatural ones. Might she, in fact, be a virgin?
I would like to thank the Publisher for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
It took me quite a while to read this book andI can understand why! I’m still a bit perplexed as to the whole concept of the book.
It was very strange and wasn’t what I expected at all.The Inconceivable life of Quinn includes a lot of magic realism and as much as I don’t mind a bit of magic realism this one was very complicated!
I didn’t really connect with many of the characters probably because the book was quite slow paced.
Published By: Abrams and Chronicle