Books by Wesley King

TRAINING CAMP by Kobe Bryant
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 19, 2019

"Solid, authentic basketball action with plenty of food for thought, colored with elements of fantasy. (Sports fantasy. 10-13)"
A former NBA superstar is part of a writing duo that combines basketball and magic to tell the story of a struggling inner-city team. Read full book review >
A WORLD BELOW by Wesley King
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 6, 2018

"A multifaceted journey from darkness to light. (Adventure. 8-12)"
King's (OCDaniel, 2017) latest sends readers tumbling belowground in a quest for survival. Read full book review >
OCDANIEL by Wesley King
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 12, 2016

"Part coming-of-age, part mystery, and part middle-grade social-problem novel, Daniel's story will resonate with a broad spectrum of readers. (Fiction. 8-13)"
In a departure from his previous book, The Incredible Space Raiders from Space (2015), King offers the story of an "eccentric thirteen-year-old social oddity" who desperately wants to be normal. Read full book review >
DRAGONS VS. DRONES by Wesley King
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 15, 2016

"Neither the premise nor some decently limned dragons give wings to this pedestrian clunker. (Fantasy. 11-13)"
Magic and technology square off as fire-breathing dragons on a parallel Earth face extinction from heavily armed military drones designed on this one. Read full book review >
THE INCREDIBLE SPACE RAIDERS FROM SPACE! by Wesley King
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 10, 2015

"If readers wanted to describe this book in Internet terms, they would be emoticons: wide-eyed surprise, tears at a few late revelations and many smiley faces at the end. (Science fiction. 8-12)"
Jonah Hillcrest is not exactly a Marty Stu. Read full book review >
THE FEROS by Wesley King
CHILDREN'S
Released: June 27, 2013

"Ultimately forgettable. (Adventure. 10-14)"
The lukewarm sequel to the tepid supervillain series opener The Vindico (2012) underwhelms. Read full book review >
THE VINDICO by Wesley King
CHILDREN'S
Released: June 14, 2012

"For real super-villain fun, skip this and go back to Catherine Jinks' Evil Genius (2007) and sequels. (Adventure. 10-14)"
Four teens and one preteen of disparate backgrounds find themselves forcibly recruited into a league of super-villains in this pallid series opener. Read full book review >