Wing Jones by Katherine Webber

Posted on 1 January, 2017 by Faye - No Comments

Wing Jones by Katherine Webber

wing-jonesTitle: Wing Jones
Author: Katherine Webber
Publisher: Walker Books
Published: 5th January 2017
Pages: 384
Format: Paperback
Source:: Review Copy
Add It: Goodreads, Amazon UK, Wing Jones

Summary:
Jandy Nelson meets Friday Night Lights: a sweeping story about love and family from an exceptional new voice in YA. With a grandmother from China and another from Ghana, fifteen-year-old Wing Jones is often caught between worlds. But when tragedy strikes, Wing discovers a talent for running she never knew she had. Wing’s speed could bring her family everything it needs. It could also stop Wing getting the one thing she wants.


Sometimes You

If you’ve been following this blog for a while then you may know that I really like running. I’m not any good at it, not by a long shot but I like it and have really missed being able to run this year due to my physical limitations so, when I heard about Wing Jones, I knew it was a book that I simply had to read. It was about running! Thus, I picked up the book after hearing many high recommendations for it and am happy to inform you that I really, really enjoyed the book. It was so much more than I was expecting and I just loved it from start to finish.

Just Have To

Katherine Webber takes you on a very inspirational and emotional journey in this book. She doesn’t shy away from the dark and scary topics that arise and she doesn’t sweep everything under the carpet as though it is nothing. She has created a marvelous book that really makes you think while also making your heart swell with pride and happiness by the end of it all. Which is basically everything I love in stories all wrapped up in one neat little bow. (I am trying really hard not to just gush about this book, is it working yet?)

Open Your Wings

One of the biggest things I love about this book is that it is truly character-driven. This story is about Wing Jones and how she learns who she is and grows into someone she loves. It’s a truly wonderful journey that really filled my heart with hope, happiness and pride. I felt so much for Wing Jones and was so glad when things ended the way they did. I also really loved Aaron and Eliza. I thought they were wonderfully strong characters too who helped to shape Wing and mold her journey. But the biggest thing I loved about the cast of this book was how diverse all of the characters are. Katherine Webber has not shied away from creating a realistic society in this book and I truly loved that. This is the kind of book we need in YA right now.

And Fly

In case you’re not entirely sure yet, I completely and utterly loved this book. I devoured it quickly and greedily because I wanted to stay with Wing. I felt so many emotions while reading this book from sadness, to pain, to hope, to happiness. I swung in so many directions and I felt this really made the book that much more exciting and entertaining. I felt like I was in the story and more than anything else I just wanted to make Wing feel happy and safe. I wanted her to be okay more than anything else. Ultimately, I am surprised that this is Katherine’s debut novel and I will definitely be keeping an eye on her from now on!

five stars

** I received this copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. **

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I’ll Be Home for Christmas

Posted on 29 December, 2016 by Faye - No Comments

I’ll Be Home for Christmas

Title: I’ll Be Home for Christmas
Author: Tom Becker, Holly Bourne, Sita Brahmachari, Kevin Brooks, Melvin Burgess, Katy Cannon, Cat Clarke, Tracey Darnton, Juno Dawson, Julie Mayhew, Non Pratt, Marcus Sedgwick, Lisa Williamson and Benjamin Zephaniah
Publisher: Stripes
Published: 22nd September 2016
Pages: 384
Format: Paperback
Source:: Review Copy
Add It: Goodreads, Amazon UK, Waterstones

Summary:
The UK’s top Young Adult authors join together in this collection of new stories and poems on the theme of home. Contributors include: Tom Becker, Holly Bourne, Sita Brahmachari, Kevin Brooks, Melvin Burgess, Katy Cannon , Cat Clarke, Juno Dawson, Julie Mayhew, Non Pratt, Marcus Sedgwick, Lisa Williamson and Benjamin Zephaniah. £1 from the sale of every book will be donated to Crisis, the national homelessness charity. To find out more about Crisis, see www.crisis.org.uk.


Ever since I first heard about this book, I was very excited to read it. There are very few YA Christmas books out in the world and I absolutely love Christmas books so I really wanted to read this. I’m not the biggest fan of short stories but I’m starting to love them a little bit more with each one I read! Thus I was excited and dubious about this book but I’m very pleased to let you all know that I actually really enjoyed this book. It was very different and I completely loved how different and varied all of the stories were. Some were lovely, some darker, some just very unique. It really brought together the theme of home and how it can mean something different to everyone.

Reviewing a book like this is quite hard as I don’t want to bore you all by reviewing each and every story in the book so this is just a little review to say that I really enjoyed reading it, would happily read it again every year and really loved all of the messages that I got from the different stories. Every story was very-well written and entertaining and I got wholly swept away by the entire book as a whole. My favourite three stories were:

Cat Clarke’s, Lisa Williamson’s and Juno Dawson’s

But every author brought something wonderful to this book and made it a complete and utter delight to read. While it is essentially a Christmas book, I really feel this book could be read at any time of year and it’s strong message will always be the same. So if you’re looking for something a little bit different but still an entertaining and thoughtful read, then make sure you pick up I’ll Be Home for Christmas!

Four Stars

** I received this copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. **

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British Books Challenge 2017 Sign Up!

Posted on 18 December, 2016 by Faye - 2 Comments

British Books Challenge 2017 Sign Up!

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I’m very pleased to announce that I’m going to participate in the British Books Challenge next year! I haven’t done any challenges for the last two years but I thought aiming to read at least one book by a British author every month was probably a good challenge to do. I’ll probably create a goodreads bookshelf to add all the books I read to keep myself up to date!

I’m not entirely sure which books I’ll read yet and I don’t really want to tie myself down to reading any specific books just yet BUT here is a list of the books that I’m really looking forward to reading. This is a selection of books that are coming out next year and books that are already released.


The Potential Book Selection

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birdy-flynn cell-7 how-hard-can-love-be

little-girl-lost safe-with-me see-how-they-lie

the-girls-next-door the-scarecrow-queen while-you-were-sleeping


So you know… I only have a few books to choose from… so far!

If you want to join up to the British Books Challenge too, you can find out how by clicking here. You don’t even have to have a blog to enter!

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Fragments by Nathan Barham

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Fragments by Nathan Barham

Hello All!

Today I am here to tell you all about Fragments by Nathan Barham the first book in the Alora’s Tears trilogy, all of which are already out and ready for you to read!


About the Book

There is no magic in Vladvir…

Tucked away in a quiet valley, the community of Tolarenz offers a refuge and safe haven for its people, keeping persecution at bay. One young citizen—Askon son of Teral—is destined to lead them, but first he must leave them behind: one final mission, in service of the king.

In the north, leering nightmare creatures known as the Norill gather. Their armor is bone and skin; their weapons are black and crude and cold. They strike in the night, allies to the darkness. It is to them Askon marches, his men a bulwark against the threat.

For there is no magic in Vladvir.

What Askon finds when he arrives seems impossible: smoke and fire, death and defeat, and all around a suffocating sense of dread. The Norill seek something they call ‘the Stone of Mountain,’ but in the half-remembered stories from Askon’s childhood, it was always ‘Alora’s Tear’: a gem with powers great and terrible. A gem that cannot exist.

Unless there is magic in Vladvir…

Goodreads. Amazon US. iBooks. Nook. Kobo. Barham Ink.


About the Author

Nathan spends most of his working days with the students of Genesee Junior-Senior High School in Genesee, Idaho. Whether it’s essay structure, a classic literary work, or the occasional impromptu dance routine, he strives to keep students interested in the fun and the fundamentals of the English language.

When he’s not teaching, he wears a number of hats, though the one that says “Dad” is the most careworn and cherished (it says “Husband” on the back). It hangs on a hook in a house where music is a constant and all the computers say “Apple” somewhere on their aluminium facades. From time to time it is said that he ventures into the mysterious realm called outside, though the occasion is rare and almost exclusively upon request by son or daughter.

Website. Tumblr. Twitter. Facebook.


Will you be reading this trilogy?

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The Island by Olivia Levez

Posted on 16 November, 2016 by Faye - 1 Comment

The Island by Olivia Levez

the-islandTitle: The Island
Author: Olivia Levez
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
Published: 3rd March 2016
Pages: 288
Format: Paperback
Source:: Borrowed Copy
Add It: Goodreads, Amazon UK, The Book Depository

Summary:
Frances is alone on a small island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. She has to find water and food. She has to survive. And when she is there she also thinks about the past. The things that she did before. The things that made her a monster. Nothing is easy. Survival is hard and so is being honest about the past. Frances is a survivor however, and with the help of the only other crash survivor, she sees that the future is worth fighting for.

The Island is a gripping and thoughtful story about a girl who didn’t ask to be the person she is but is also determined to make herself the person she wants to be.


How Do

I’d heard a lot of things about this book before I dived into it but I pushed it all out of my head to give this book a fresh start. But I didn’t need to because this book lived up to its expectations. It was unique, different, emotional and very compelling. Everything that I absolutely love about books. The narrative was so different to anything I’d read before and I found that really affected how I connected with the book and the characters.

You Survive

One of the most interesting things about this book is how it all comes together. The book follows Frances as she flies into the wilderness to help the local community and to grow as a person. We witness as this doesn’t happen and instead she is castaway on a desert island. Meanwhile we’re given flashbacks explaining how she became who she is and how she ended up where she did. It was so fascinating and such an interesting way to understand her character.

When You

At first I wasn’t that keen on Frances, to be honest. She was annoying and troubled and I just found it really difficult to understand her. But then I soon fell in love with her and everything that she’d been through. I understood her completely and I just wanted everything to fall into place for her. It was incredible how this happened and shows how complex human beings are. Olivia Levez has done a brilliant job of really shining a light on all the characters in her book. I found them all to be very compelling and intriguing.

Have Nothing

All in all, I really liked this book. I found myself hooked and turning the pages faster and faster to find out what was happening and what would happen next. It was incredible how a book with only one protagonist for other half a book could really draw you in but Olivia really managed it. I would highly recommend this book to others, especially if you’re looking for a character driven and emotional story that will open your eyes in ways you never expected.

Four Stars

** I received this copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. **

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Posted on 16 November, 2016 by Faye - 1 Comment


Throne of Glass Colouring Book

Posted on 10 November, 2016 by Faye - No Comments

Throne of Glass Colouring Book

You’ve all seen the adult colouring book craze, right? There used to only be a few and now there are loads? Including Harry Potter ones! (Which is awesome, right?)

So hopefully my book today doesn’t need that kind of introduction! I think we all, hopefully get the gist of the adult colouring book. So… without further ado…

Here are my thoughts on the Throne of Glass Colouring Book!.


About the Book

For the first time, fans of Sarah J. Maas’s sweeping New York Times bestselling Throne of Glass saga can experience the vivid imagery of her expansive world. Celaena battling the ridderak in the catacombs, Chaol in the gardens of the glass castle, Manon riding her wyvern through the Crossing, and many other favorite moments, characters, and objects come to life as readers explore the vibrantly detailed realm of Throne of Glass. Stunning original black-and-white drawings will bring fans deeper into the series than ever before-making this a must-have companion to Sarah J. Maas’s beloved books.

Goodreads. Amazon UK. The Book Depsitory.


My Review

When I first received this book for review I wasn’t entirely sure how I was going to review it. I mean… it’s just a colouring book. But then I realised that it actually wasn’t.

And what I mean by that is…

As well as pictures to colour in, this book also has phrases…

quotes…

wonderful, wonderful words taken from the very brilliant and fantastic Throne of Glass book. (And the four novellas too!)

And the words correlate to the pictures you’re about to colour in too.

And I have to admit that I loved that. It made me itching to re-read the entire series again as I once again got transported into this different world that Sarah J Maas has so brilliantly created for us all.

But on top of all of that, I have to tell you all that the illustrations in this book are absolutely divine. Honestly. I could stare at them all day because even without colour they are incredible and I want to shake hands with the illustrator and thank her for making such a wonderful book.

No, really.

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The illustrations are so wonderful that it makes my colouring look decent. My colouring makes the illustrations of the book stand out and become even more vibrant and beautiful and that makes this book one hell of an awesome book to colour.

And thus, I have to admit it might even be high up on the list of my favourites!


Have you seen this colouring book yet?

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Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone

Posted on 7 November, 2016 by Faye - No Comments

Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone

Every Last WordTitle: Every Last Word
Author: Tamara Ireland Stone
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
Published: 16th June 2015
Pages: 368
Format: Hardback
Source:: Netgalley Copy
Add It: Goodreads, Amazon UK

Summary:
If you could read my mind, you wouldn’t be smiling.

Samantha McAllister looks just like the rest of the popular girls in her junior class. But hidden beneath the straightened hair and expertly applied makeup is a secret that her friends would never understand: Sam has Purely-Obsessional OCD and is consumed by a stream of dark thoughts and worries that she can’t turn off.

Second-guessing every move, thought, and word makes daily life a struggle, and it doesn’t help that her lifelong friends will turn toxic at the first sign of a wrong outfit, wrong lunch, or wrong crush. Yet Sam knows she’d be truly crazy to leave the protection of the most popular girls in school. So when Sam meets Caroline, she has to keep her new friend with a refreshing sense of humor and no style a secret, right up there with Sam’s weekly visits to her psychiatrist.

Caroline introduces Sam to Poet’s Corner, a hidden room and a tight-knit group of misfits who have been ignored by the school at large. Sam is drawn to them immediately, especially a guitar-playing guy with a talent for verse, and starts to discover a whole new side of herself. Slowly, she begins to feel more “normal” than she ever has as part of the popular crowd . . . until she finds a new reason to question her sanity and all she holds dear.


Often All

Sometimes when you start reading a book, it captures your soul in a way that no other book has done before. This is what happened to me when I started reading Every Last Word. It spoke to me in ways that very few books have done in recent months. There was just something so wonderful about this book that I truly related to and found exceptional. I could fully connect and appreciate the main character of the story and the journey that she finds herself on. I also feel this book would be brilliant for anyone wanting to understand just a little more about OCD and how it can affect a person’s life.

You Need

This book follows Sam as she deals with slipping away from her friends. It’s a brilliant, addictive, and stunning book that really pulls the reader in. I became enamored with the secret poet society that she stumbles across, love the way she slowly opens herself up and was absolutely floored by the ending. Tamara Ireland Stone has written a very hard-hitting and intense book that really gets down in to the dark crevices of mental health, being a teenager and learning to deal with the world, one step at a time.

Is To Believe

I cannot describe enough how much I absolutely adored all of the characters in this book but I really, really loved Sam. She was portrayed so well, written beautifully and was wonderfully flawed to boot. I loved how her confidence grew and how she learnt to open her world to other people. I admired her strength as she battled her OCD many times over and how she learnt to deal with overcoming the boundaries that her mind gives her every single day. She is a strong, inspiring and heartfelt character that I will look up to for many years to come.

In Yourself

Every Last Word was a spellbinding read that stole my heart – in case you didn’t quite get that yet. It was hard-hitting, realistic and just brilliant. I’m really trying hard not to gush too much but this book well and truly stuck in my heart like glue. It is a powerful, emotional, lovely read that just really puts forth a strong message of hope, strength, love, friendships and relationships. It is a book that I will definitely be reading again and one that I would highly recommend others read!

five stars

** I received this copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. **

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Gena/Finn by Hannah Moskowitz and Kat Helgeson

Posted on 1 November, 2016 by Faye - No Comments

Gena/Finn by Hannah Moskowitz and Kat Helgeson

Title: Gena/Finn
Author: Hannah Moskowitz & Kat Helgeson
Publisher: Abrams
Published: 17th May 2016
Pages: 287
Format: Hardback
Source:: Review Copy
Add It: Goodreads, Amazon UK, The Book Depository

Summary:
The story follows the unlikely friendship of two young women forged via fan fiction and message boards, and is told entirely in texts, chats, and blog posts.

Gena (short for Genevieve) and Finn (short for Stephanie) have little in common. Book-smart Gena is preparing to leave her posh boarding school for college; down-to-earth Finn is a twenty-something struggling to make ends meet in the big city. Gena’s romantic life is a series of reluctant one-night-stands; Finn is making a go of it with long-term boyfriend Charlie. But they share a passion for Up Below, a buddy cop TV show with a cult fan following. Gena is a darling of the fangirl scene, keeping a popular blog and writing fan fiction. Finn’s online life is a secret, even from Charlie. The pair spark an unlikely online friendship that deepens quickly (so quickly it scares them both), and as their individual “real” lives begin to fall apart, they increasingly seek shelter online, and with each other.


How Do

I’ve been meaning to read this book for ages but just never got around to it so that when I finally did, I was kicking myself because this book was incredible. I read it quickly as I instantly became engrossed in the words on the page. I fell in love with Gena and Finn instantaneously. They were both wonderful, complex and fascinating characters that really brought the book to life.

You Know

This book follows the lives of Gena and Finn as they meet each other and how that incidentally affected the rest of their lives. I absolutely loved how this book explores fandom and the internet and how it can bring people closer together who may have never met originally. It was a wonderful way to shine a light on this new technological age and really pulled at my heartstrings. It showed how powerful and complicated relationships in any age can be.

Who You

Vibrant, unique and complicated characters enrich this book from start to finish. Both authors have created truly wonderful characters full of life and flaws to really ground this book in reality. I was blown away by both Gena and Finn and their journeys as they learn to understand who they are and who they’re meant to become. It was very intriguing to witness as their lives spiralled and intertwined throughout and where it all eventually ended.

Truly Are

Gena/Finn is not your average book. It is a book that questions things and makes you wonder about friendships and relationships and mental health. It constantly changes, drawing you further and further into its world of difficulties and love. It is a fascinating read that I gobbled up quickly and would highly recommend to others. So if you’re looking for a book that is just a little bit different, you should definitely give this book a try.

Four Stars

** I received this copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. **

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Blog Tour: Dear Charlie by N.D. Gomes

Posted on 27 October, 2016 by Faye - No Comments

Dear Charlie by N.D Gomes

Hi All!
I’m here today on the blog tour for Dear Charlie and I am here with a review of this book! In all honesty I devoured this book quickly because it is incredible. But more on that later, first… here’s some info on the book!


About the Book

dear-charlie Death should never meet the young. But it did. Thanks to my brother, death made fourteen new friends that day. Maybe even fifteen, if you count Charlie.

At sixteen, Sam Macmillan is supposed to be thinking about girls, homework and his upcoming application to music college, not picking up the pieces after the school shooting that his brother Charlie committed.

Yet as Sam desperately tries to hang on to the memories he has of his brother, the media storm surrounding their family threatens to destroy everything. And Sam has to question all he thought he knew about life, death, right and wrong.

Amazon UK. Goodreads.


My Review

How Do

After reading the synopsis of this book, I was very much intrigued and curious. In my mind I thought it would be like This Is The End but instead this book dives a little further. It’s not the shooting itself that the book focuses on but the consequences that the action leaves behind. And I have to admit that I absolutely loved it. I was pulled straight into the story and connected with the main character instantly as he was incredibly well written. This story pulled me in many directions but left me feeling hopeful and full of warmth.

You Move On

What I found truly powerful about this book was the way that it reeled you in with emotions. I am one of those readers that absolutely loves character development in books and this book had character development by the shed-load. I devoured this book because of it and it meant that the plot of this book followed the journey of our main protagonist as he dealt with the consequences of his brothers’ actions and learnt to deal with it all, growing as a person as the story continued. It was wonderfully written.

After Your

There was a small handful of important characters in this book but they were all fully developed and full of personality. My favourite character was Sam. I loved how much he grew throughout the book, but I also just felt for him so much and continuously wished that I could help him. I found him to be a really strong, caring and gentle character and it would have been difficult to hate him. I also thought that his parents were portrayed really well too and you could really see and feel the struggle that they were going through. It really made this book feel more real and that much more emotional.

Brother’s Shooting

Dear Charlie is a very moving, very powerful book that I would highly recommend. I got blown away by the characters and felt every emotion that the characters felt. It was intense, heartbreaking and heart-warming all at the same time. It was interesting to view how it must feel like when one of your family members is the monster but they’re no longer around to take the blame. It was a wonderful portrayal of human emotions and a dysfunctional family. If you’re looking for a book that will make you feel and think and question, then you should definitely read this book. It was just a very, very gripping read.


About the Author

author-profile-picN.D. Gomes was born in Scotland and graduated from the University of Stirling with a BA in Media & Journalism Studies, and went on to receive her Master’s degree in Education in the US. She currently works in a public school system to increase educational opportunities for students with special needs. Previously, N.D. Gomes wrote for the London-based online student political magazine, deAlign and stage-managed student plays at the LeeStrasberg Theatre Institute in New York City where she attended for two years. She currently divides her time between the US and Scotland, but hopes to spend more time at her cottage in Hay-on-Wye in Wales. Dear Charlie is her debut novel.

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Blog Tour: Lie Kill Walk Away by Matt Dickinson

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Lie Kill Walk Away by Matt Dickinson

Hi All!
Today I am here to share with you all a brilliant guest post by Matt Dickinson to celebrate the release of his newest book, Lie Kill Walk Away! Hope you enjoy.

But first, here’s some info on the book!


About the Book

LIE
I check the Range Rover dash. The keys are in there.
The sirens are closing in. There s a police helicopter coming over the hospital

KILL
I have to decide. Decide right now. I can keep out of trouble. Not get involved. Just run away through the park and go home and pretend none of this has happened.
Or I can help Becca.

WALK AWAY
I stare into her eyes. Those deep blue eyes. Just for a split second.
I tell her, get in the car .

Joe and Becca uncover a deadly secret. A lethal bioweapon is about to be unleashed. Millions will suffer a terrible death.

Now they are being hunted down.

And their problems have only just begun …

Amazon.


Guest Post by Matt Dickinson

BUILD A BIO-WEAPON FROM THE SAFETY OF YOUR OWN BEDROOM!? THE TERRIFYING RISE OF DIY KITS WHICH MAY UNLEASH SUPER CHARGED PATHOGENS

Imagine you have a grudge against the world. Imagine you have a pathological desire to get revenge. An agenda to spread mayhem. A burning need to harm.

This is the mindset of Jon Melzack, the antagonist in my new thriller Lie Kill Walk Away.

Melzack is a cult leader, hiding behind a wall of religious rhetoric. But behind the scenes he is working with a lab to create a deadly new bioweapon. A weaponized form of the Ebola virus which can kill in hours. He is the leader of a clandestine terror group.

He wants revenge on the western leaders who have destroyed his life.

And a superweapon may be within his grasp.

During the research for the book I discovered some truly terrifying things.

It is now possible to buy a ‘starter kit’ to mess with the DNA of certain life forms – even if you have no experience and no laboratory of your own.

One example is the CRISP-CAS9 kit which costs about £100. It’s widely available and many medical research organisations are already warning that it is potentially lethal. Google it and you’ll find out more.

You can now play God with the E.Coli bacteria in your own house, giving this potentially dangerous organism the ability to resist antibiotics, or even more dangerous scenarios, which might be completely impossible to predict.

Basically it is a gene-altering kit for a simple bacteria.

It seems harmless perhaps. The new bacteria will just die in the test tube won’t they? Maybe not. The peril is real, as explored in my thriller Lie Kill Walk Away.

The question is: where does this all end? Will it soon be possible to buy a kit to alter the structure of human DNA?

Will commercial organisations begin to market ‘do it yourself bio-terrorism kits’ on the dark net?

This is the brave new world that my two teen heroes Rebecca and Joe are plunged into. Where millions of lives may be at stake from a single vial of a brand new pathogen.

Playing God? Anyone can now do it. We have to wonder where tinkering with genetic information will end.


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