The Undercurrent

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Product Details

Price
$11.95  $10.99
Publisher
Text Publishing Company
Publish Date
Pages
396
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.1 X 1.2 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781925498233

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About the Author

Paula Weston is the author of the widely acclaimed 'Rephaim' series (Tundra US). She worked as a print journalist for many years before becoming a government media and communication specialist. She lives in Brisbane with her husband.

Reviews

'In near-future Australia, a girl with unusual powers is caught up in a battle for the soul of her country.'--Kirkus on The Undercurrent; 'This fast-paced first novel, with its mix of realism and the paranormal, is a gripping read.' School Library Journal on Shadows; 'This atmospheric and romantic sequel will be embraced by fans of the first book.'--School Library Journal on Haze; 'Filled with heart-racing action, enthralling plot lines and some very kick-ass characters.'--YA Midnight Reads on Haze; 'The Rephaim is one of the most original and intriguing new young adult series available right now.'--Alpha Reader 'The Undercurrent has everything you could possibly ask for in a YA novel--illegal human experimentation, military groups for hire, companies with hidden agendas, government mismanagement of environmental threats, romance, X-Men-style abilities, a nuanced mother-daughter relationship and non-stop action and intrigue. The characters are endearing and believable, the romance meaningful without being saccharine and the plot races along with impeccable timing.' Books + Publishing; 'A real rollercoaster of a read, packed full of thrills and tension and non-stop action. The characters are captivating and nuanced. The plot is fast-paced and high-powered. Most importantly, it is a tightly written and eminently satisfying standalone book.'--Booktopia; 'Superbly written, action-packed fiction with interesting, brilliantly flawed characters.'--Fictional Thoughts