Coming this April 28th, Diana’s first book for readers eight and up is a thrilling adventure story, perfect for people who like their books with a side of rocketships and hidden treasure. Find out what secrets are hidden beneath the Maryland countryside in…
Gillian Seagret doesn’t listen to people who say her father’s a crackpot. His conspiracy theories about the lost technology of Cold War-era rocket scientist Dr. Aloysius Underberg may have cost him his job and forced the family to move to a cottage in the sticks, but Gillian knows he’s right, and plans to prove it. When she discovers a missing page from Dr. Unerberg’s diary in her father’s mess of an office, she thinks she’s found a big piece of the puzzle–a space-themed riddle promising to lead to Dr. Underberg’s greatest invention. Enlisting the help of her skeptical younger brother, Eric, her best friend, Savannah, and Howard, their NASA-obsessed schoolmate, Gillian sets off into the ruins of a vast doomsday bunker, deep within the earth. But they aren’t alone inside its dark and flooded halls. Now Gillian and her friends must race to explore OMEGA CITY and find the answers they need. For while Gillian wants to save her dad’s reputation by bringing Dr. Underberg’s secrets to light, there are others who will stop at nothing to make sure they stay buried…forever.
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Diana Peterfreund has published ten novels for adults, teens, and kids, including the four-book Secret Society Girl series (Bantam Dell), the “killer unicorn novels” Rampantand Ascendant (Harper Teen), For Darkness Shows the Stars (a post-apocalyptic retelling of Jane Austen’sPersuasion), and Across a Star-Swept Sea (inspired by the classic series The Scarlet Pimpernel). Her newest novel, OMEGA CITY, is a contemporary adventure novel for younger readers set in a secret bunker city somewhere under modern Maryland. Her works have been named to the New York Public Library’s Books for the Teen Age list, the Capitol Choices (metro DC-area) reading list, and the Texas Lonestar List, as well as having been named to Amazon’s Best Books of the Year. In addition, she’s written several critically acclaimed short stories and a variety of non-fiction essays about popular children’s literature. Diana lives outside Washington D.C., with her family.
About The Book
Author: N.J. Paige
Genre: YA Science-Fiction
A few days ago, I was living the life of the privileged elite—now I may not live through the night…
In a dystopian world, far in the future, seventeen-year-old, Fenesia Thornbark, loses her home, her way of life, and most of her friends and family, all at the hands of people she once trusted. With her parents dead, Fenesia is now responsible for her younger sister’s life, as well as that of several other orphaned children they meet along the way, while trying to find the resistance group who is fighting the corrupt government. As she struggles to survive in a hostile environment that is unfamiliar to her, Fenesia is transformed into an unapologetic killer—something she had never imagined possible in her former privileged life.
N. J. Paige lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two children. One of her favorite motto is “Life is a journey and must be taken one step at a time.” And she enjoys hiking through her local forest, where she gets inspiration from forest Sprites and other woodland creatures.
Buy the Book: Amazon.com: Code Human eBook: NJ Paige: Kindle Store
There are lots of books I still have to finish and some I’ve been wanting to get to for a while. Here is the list of books that I hope to tackle over the summer while I have all the time in the world to read.
Linger – I read Shiver and loved it, and finally I bought the paperback of the second in the series since Sinner is the most recent release.
The 5th Wave – I think I got less than half way through this and I quit. I’ve checked it out of the library numerous times, but haven’t made myself get all the way through it.
The Maze Runner – I read the first two chapters after I bought the paperback, so I need to read this before the movie comes out.
Half Bad – I think about this book about every day, so I’m going to have to reread it. One of the best I’ve read so far this year.
Dorothy Must Die – I started the first couple of chapters at the gym one day. I’ve been really excited about reading this one, so I bought it when it was on sale for Kindle.
The Martian – I’ve read a good chunk of this when I got it free in exchange for a review. It’s a bit more technical than I’m use to, but the narrative voice is so good, I want to finish it.
City of Bones – Since this is in third person, I didn’t fall in love with it, but I really do like the world that Clare has built. I have the second book in the series, and I’ve seen the movie, so I really should finish this one too.
The Program – I really enjoyed this, but I stopped reading when I had something else from the library that get me distracted. Definitely want to finish this one.