Andrea fulfilled a lifelong dream of living the New York life when she moved to Brooklyn from Ohio in 2016. She is not a Buckeye, but graduated from Capital University with a BA in Communications and Theatre. She spent some time working in the second floor Art and Children's Departments before moving to Strand's marketing team last fall. With deep roots in theatre, performance and music, she tends to gravitate toward books with deeply developed characters, detailed universes, emotional depth and a flair for the unusual. If she isn't reading, she's performing, crocheting, or playing with her ginger cat Fitz.
Andrea K's Reviews
History of Wolves
by: Emily Fridlund
History of Wolves confronts a lot of different kinds of “lonely”. Being left out in school, not fitting into your family, not having the same interests as other girls your age, even not having any interests in general. 14-year-old Linda knows all about the small town in Minnesota that is her world, but she doesn't seem to carry a passion for anything or anyone. Seeking somewhere to fit in, she starts babysitting for the out-of-place family from the city across the lake from her parents' small cabin. Her lack of social awareness disconnects her enough that she doesn't realize that there is something very off about the new neighbors.View In Store