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The Unlisted: Rebellion (Book 2)

Justine Flynn, Chris Kunz

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Australia, Kids & Teens

Twins Dru and Kal Sharma must work together with a group of underground vigilante teens to stop a sinister organisation from controlling the world's youth population, in this exciting new ABC/Netflix TV tie-in series.

Resistance will not be tolerated.

The Unlisted are running out of time. With Infinity Group closing in on the vigilante teenagers, it's up to twins Dru and Kal Sharma to infiltrate the headquarters of the sinister corporation to try to uncover what they are planning.

Rebel groups of Unlisted are emerging across the globe, ready to rise up. But Infinity Group is one step ahead, and they have an army of teens under their influence. The Unlisted are in more danger than ever, and help will arrive from the strangest places.

An exciting new ABC/Netflix TV tie-in series.

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Justine Flynn

Justine Flynn (Author)
Justine Flynn is a writer, director, producer and author based in Sydney. Justine created the ABC and Netflix Original Series The Unlisted, and partnered with Aquarius Films as producer, director and showrunner for the series. Justine has created and produced hundreds of hours of television and worked as a broadcaster and independent producer. A children's book author, Justine recently wrote Miss Mae's Saturday and co-wrote The Unlisted trilogy to accompany the release of the TV series.

Justine earned a BA in Drama at QUT and she is the mother of five wonderful children.

Chris Kunz (Author)
Chris is a writer, editor and publisher who works across the TV, film and publishing industries. She has written and script edited for children's television, and has worked at various publishing houses, where she has been an editor and children's publisher. Chris created, storylined and wrote bestselling children's series with the Irwin family and Australia Zoo, and the RSPCA for Random House Australia. She has an MA in Theatre Studies from UNSW.

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