Child of Etherclaw

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Product Details
Price
$11.44
Publisher
Twilight Fox LLC
Publish Date
Pages
348
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.78 inches | 1.12 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780578394169

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About the Author
Matty Roberts began their career in journalism where they earned an Emmy and had the privilege of working on several other award-winning projects. They hold an MS from Johns Hopkins University and are now an engineer in renewable energy in Denver, Colorado where they live with their wonderful partner, two extraordinary kids, and the best doggie ever. In addition to writing, engineering, and parenting, Matty is a vegan enby nerd who is in love with this world and will forever be doing all they can to make it a better place. And they may be known to occasionally play in a punk band here or there. For more information about Matty and their upcoming books, visit www.mattyroberts.io.
Reviews

"Absorbing adventure with astute worldbuilding and plucky heroes." - Kirkus Reviews

"...an enthralling post-apocalyptic teen thriller." - Booklife Reviews (Editor's Pick)

"Roberts creates a multifaceted story with a host of characters that operate and interact on different levels...a powerful saga that explores family bonds, responsibility, and the special allure of capturing, holding onto, and living a different kind of life...a vivid young adult story." - Midwest Book Review

"A young-adult dystopian thriller in a similar vein to The Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, and Divergent...an exciting and action-packed story featuring complex characters that the reader really comes to care about." - San Francisco Book Review

"From the beginning, it opens with action that just sucks you in...I love a good coming-of-age story and this definitely fits the bill. It has the right amount of teen angst mixed with action, mystery, and even a little bit of romance." - Seattle Book Review