Tonight We Rule the World

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Product Details
Price
$17.99  $16.73
Publisher
Page Street YA
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.8 X 8.5 X 1.15 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781645673323

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About the Author
Zack Smedley is the author of Deposing Nathan, which the New York Times said "is a superb story, told in an original and masterly way." As a member of the LGBT community, his goal is to give a voice to queer young adults, through gritty, morally complex narratives.
Reviews

"Stellar and haunting"
- Kirkus Magazine, starred review

"Equal parts heartfelt and heartbreaking [. . .] an unflinching exploration of love, betrayal, power, and trauma, and ultimately, what it means to speak your truth in a world that's never truly been willing to listen. A brilliant read."
- Stephanie Kuehn, Morris Award-winning author of Charm & Strange

"No one does heartbreak like Zack Smedley. In this story, he weaves an intimate human drama into a thriller of almost mythic power...with brilliant detail and care."
- Adam Sass, award-winning author of Surrender Your Sons

"Promoted by the publisher as 'Speak for boys, ' Smedley's second novel is troubling but deeply felt and extremely well written [...] the thoughtful presentation of such a rare topic in YA fiction is welcome."
- Booklist Magazine

"An achingly beautiful novel. Each character was meticulously realized to create a puzzle piece of a narrative that kept me guessing, wishing, and hoping for Owen's self-empowered journey to the very end. This is an incredibly important read."
- James Brandon, author of Ziggy, Stardust & Me

"An important, authentic, thought-provoking story . . . Owen is a character I'll remember for a long time."
- Bill Konigsberg, award-winning author of The Music of What Happens

"Unflinchingly honest and powerful. . .Smedley's authentic, thoughtful voice is essential to young readers."
- Julian Winters, award-winning author of How to Be Remy Cameron

"A painful and important look at toxic relationships, rape, power, and control."
- School Library Journal