Books by Andrew Auseon

FREAK MAGNET by Andrew Auseon
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: June 1, 2010

"Each moment goes down like cough syrup, and by the time they finish readers will have gotten more than their fill of sticky Good Life Lessons. (Fiction. YA)"
Bizarrely freakish Charlie bides his time, donning a superhero suit under his clothes, obsessing over astronomy, working at a pharmacy and mooning over Gloria, a hypnotizingly beautiful Middle Eastern teen poet. Read full book review >
ALIENATED by Andrew Auseon
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 6, 2009

"Simple science fiction that readers can enjoy with little effort. (Science fiction. 8-12)"
Aliens are real, and eighth-grade journalists Gene and Vince are getting the truth out to humans through their tabloid, The Globe. Read full book review >
JO-JO AND THE FIENDISH LOT by Andrew Auseon
FICTION
Released: March 1, 2009

"Lacking both the authentic relationships of Daniel Water's Generation Dead (2008) and the creative reinterpretation of Gabrielle Zevin's Elsewhere (2005), this novel just fades into the mist. (Horror. YA)"
Dead musicians guide a newly deceased teen in his search for his missing—and also "passed"—girlfriend. Read full book review >
FUNNY LITTLE MONKEY by Andrew Auseon
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: June 1, 2005

"Consequently, the tension level dissipates, and readers are left with a simplistic issue novel that's too shallow for sophisticated readers and too syrupy for reluctant ones. (Fiction. YA)"
Alienated freshman Arty Moore's self-esteem doesn't rise any higher than his squat, 4'2" frame, especially when standing beside his towering 6'2" bully of a twin brother, Kurt. Read full book review >