NIGHT SKY by Suzanne Brockmann
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NIGHT SKY

From the "Night Sky" series, volume 1
Age Range: 14 & up
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KIRKUS REVIEW

Best-selling author Brockmann teams up with daughter Melanie to launch an exciting new series for teens interested in being more than just “normal.”

Skylar’s mother has always urged her to fit in, and Sky has always complied, even while chafing at the restrictions. But when Sasha, a little girl she babysits, is kidnapped, Sky can’t just stand by anymore. With her bestie Calvin by her side, she starts to push the boundaries of her circumscribed life, and she finds that the bizarre surrounds her—and that she is not so “normal” herself. Newfound abilities to smell emotions, to run faster than a fine-tuned athlete and to react to danger with strength as well as speed are just some of the changes happening to her. When she meets Dana, she realizes she’s a Greater-Than, as are Dana and Sasha. Sasha has been taken by criminals who want her blood to make the hottest new drug on the market, Destiny. Sky, Calvin, Dana and Dana’s mysterious friend Milo take to the streets in a quest where time is running out. With a little something for everyone and a hip sense of humor, dialogue and teen angst, this is a gripping page-turner from first to last. Particularly nice is the full integration of wheelchair-bound Calvin, who is far more than his disability.

The start of something that can only be described as “greater-than.” (Paranormal suspense. 14 & up)

Pub Date: Oct. 7th, 2014
ISBN: 978-1-4926-0144-9
Page count: 496pp
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1st, 2014




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