|Author||Charlie Jane Anders|
|Published||April 5, 2005|
|Publisher||Soft Skull Press|
Berry, a twelve-year-old boy, wants nothing more than to remain a choirboy. Desperate to keep his voice from changing, Berry tries to injure himself, and then convinces a clinic to give him testosterone-inhibiting drugs that keep his voice from deepening but also cause him to grow breasts. Suddenly Berry's thrown into a world of unexpected gender issues that push him into a universe far more complex than anything he's ever known.
- "Choir Boy". Goodreads.
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