Future Shock, 1
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About the Author
Elizabeth Briggs made her YA debut with Future Shock. She is also the author of the new adult series Chasing the Dream. Elizabeth mentors teens in writing and has a degree in sociology from UCLA. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband.
"Intense and romantic, this is a gripping mystery you won't want to put down." Amy Tintera, author of "Reboot"
"A thrilling page-turner that'll keep you guessing until the very end!" Melissa Landers, author of the Alienated and Starflight series
"This is an entertaining science fiction mystery that should appeal to James Patterson fans along with readers of Michael Grant's 'Gone' series. A good fit for collections serving science fiction fans and teens in marginalized situations, who will appreciate the attention given to the emotional consequences of the foster care experience." School Library Journal, February 2016
"The author refreshingly swaps teen-lit gender stereotypes in the fairly formulaic but nonetheless satisfying romance: she's the edgy, brooding girl with the heart of gold, and he's the adorable, inexperienced good guy. An absorbing, if occasionally predictable, time-travel mystery with a side of romance." Kirkus Reviews, February 15, 2016
"The story here is well paced and exciting, and each page is labeled with the time the group has remaining, heightening the narrative's sense of urgency. An intriguing take on time travel gone awry that is destined for wide appeal." Booklist Online, February 12, 2016
A thrilling page-turner that ll keep you guessing until the very end!" Melissa Landers, author of the Alienated and Starflight series"
Buckle up Future Shock is a full-throttle thrill ride of a murder mystery. Karen Akins, author of "Loop and Twist"
"Future Shock is a cyberpunk tour de force thrill ride that aptly provides urban fiction, sci-fi, and mystery. This is a guaranteed hit recommended for all young adult collections." VOYA, June 1, 2016