A dystopian YA novel, perfect for children aged 12 - 15.
In a society obsessed with perfection,
being different is a crime...
An utterly unputdownable dystopian YA novel, perfect for children aged 12 - 15. READERS ADORE KAREN KING'S UTTERLY CAPTIVATING TALES:
'Phew, this is an amazing, and unputdownable book... I highly recommend that you read it, whatever your age' ***** Reader Review
'Amazing and Emotional must read...' ***** Reader Review
'This is an excellent book from start to finish, with very believable characters, a very believable story, that could just happen!' ***** Reader Review
'Karen King's books are always so captivating, and this is no exception' ***** Reader Review
'Truly eye-opening and challenging book, with a carefully created plot and many wonderfully-imagined heroes & heroins' ***** Reader Review
'Thank you Karen King for this book it really was brilliant!' ***** Reader Review
Set in a society obsessed with perfection, 15-year-old Morgan is best friends with the seemingly perfect Summer.
But when Morgan's brother Josh, who has Down's syndrome, is kidnapped, they uncover a sinister plot and find themselves in terrible danger.
Can they find Josh before it's too late?
An experienced writing tutor and university lecturer on professional and university writing courses, Karen King has been writing children's books since the mid-eighties. She's written for many children's magazines including Sindy, Barbie, Winnie the Pooh and Thomas the Tank Engine. Some of her short stories were featured on BBC's Playdays and her poems on the BBC One Potato, Two Potato website. She writes for all ages and in all genres: story books, picture books, plays, joke books, she's written them all! She currently tutors for The Writer's Bureau and was one of the authors of their 'Writing for Children' course and the author of their 'Write for Profit using the Internet' course. She lives in Worcester.