Christopher Snow is the best-known resident of 12,000-strong Moonlight Bay, California. This is because 28-year-old Chris has Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP) a light-sensitivity so severe that he cannot leave his house in daylight, cannot enter a normally-lit room, and cannot sit at a computer. Chris's natural element is the night, and his parents, both academics, chose to live in Moonlight Bay because in a small town Chris can make the nightscape his own roaming freely through the town on his bike, surfing in the moonlight, exploring while most people sleep. But Chris's brilliant mother, a scientist, was killed in a car accident 2 years ago, and as the book opens his father, Steven Snow, is dying of cancer; Chris's protected life is about to change forever.
by Dileep Rao, Ph.D., Richard Cardozo, Ph.D.
by Don Matheson
by John Sandford
by Edward Williams, James Thompson, H. Alpert Napier
by Marianne Jennings, J.D.
by Editors of Don't Sweat Press
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