YA Books

DarkDays-3oct13Dark Days 

A near-future dystopian action-romance novel in which one girl must join forces to fight the cyborg army sent to destroy her, her family, and the only world she knows. Out now with Skyhorse/Sky Pony Press. Buy links: Book Depository, Amazon (UK/US), B&N

“Deadly cyborgs in the grimmest of worlds with a heroine who still dares to hope. The pages utterly flew by.” — Elsie Chapman, author of the Dualed series

 

The Wanderers paperback The Wanderers 

A unique twist on shape-shifters with fast-paced action, thrilling adventure, mystery, and a bit of romance. Winner of the USA Best Book Awards in the young adult fiction category. Out now with Skyhorse/Sky Pony Press. Buy links: Book Depository, Amazon (UK/US), B&N

“Filled with excitement and whimsy, The Wanderers is an adventure story about shape-shifters, first love, and the endless search for a true home.” — Suzanne Young, New York Times bestselling author of The Program 

The PackThe Pack (The Wanderers #2)

Sequel to The Wanderers. Horse shifter Flo now travels in a wild pack with what remains of the shape-shifter circus she once performed in. Out now with Skyhorse/Sky Pony Press. Buy links: Book Depository, Amazon (UK/US), B&N

“The nail-biting story, coupled with a wonderfully readable style of writing, makes this a page-turning and memorable read.” — Emma Pass, author of ACID and The Fearless

 

MADE MADE

Violet’s family has been approved to test a teenage robot called Ollie. Robots like Ollie are programmed to act human without so many things that are necessary to being human. He has no feelings. He can’t lie, disobey his family or ever harm a human being. But Ollie is a machine, and things go wrong with machines all the time…

Out now with Badger Learning as part of their teen series Between the Lines, particularly suitable for struggling or reluctant readers. Buy links: Book Depository, Amazon UK, Wordery, Publisher

The TrickThe Trick

They watched him in the darkest part of the night. They watched him in the lightest part of the day. He would be easy to take. No one would know he was gone — until it was too late. The stories say that fairies can’t be seen by those who don’t believe. But what if they want to be found?

Out now with Badger Learning as part of their illustrated teen series Papercuts, particularly suitable for struggling or reluctant readers. Buy links: The Book Depository, Amazon, Wordery