Against The Stars

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Product Details
Price
$21.99
Publisher
Tiny Ghost Press
Publish Date
Pages
262
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.81 inches | 1.08 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781915585042

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About the Author
Raised in West Yorkshire, England, Christopher Hartland is a queer, autistic writer with a particular love for sci-fi, fantasy and romance. Despite going on to do a physics degree, "author" was always his answer to the childhood question of "what do you want to be when you grow up?" - When not writing, you can find him nerding out over musical theatre, playing Dungeons and Dragons, or endlessly rewatching Doctor Who.
Reviews

"I don't need to see into the future to know that many readers will fall for Against The Stars! I was hooked by the mind-bending sci-fi concept from the first chapter, which was woven so expertly into the tale of two boys falling in love. The perfect blend of speculative fiction and queer romance!" - Jason June, New York Times bestselling author of Out of the Blue

"Against the Stars crafts a budding queer romance atop escalating tension from the world's near end that keeps the reader engaged. With human characters navigating a multitude of experiences that encompass a teenager's life, this is an insightful story about the power of destiny and how far we'll go for love, even when the future is uncertain." - Brian Zepka author of The Temperature of Me and You

"Against The Stars is a beautifully written speculative YA contemporary that poses the question: if you could see a glimpse into your future, would you? Seb and Elliot, both charming and complicated characters, are complete opposites, down to their opinions on the future-telling technology. While fate may have brought them together, whether they stay together is a decision that is ultimately up to them. Against The Stars is a tender love story that serves as a reminder that we are in control of our own lives and there's no better time to live, than right here, in this moment." - Jackie Khalilieh, author of Something More