Dead Air begins with a true crime mystery on a college radio show. Bookburners continues with the team preparing for an onslaught of magic. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
wenda Bond writes for children and young adults. Her books include Luis Lane: Fallout, Girl on a Wire, and Girl in the Shadows, as well as the graphic novel Girl Over Paris with Kate Leth and Ming Doyle. She holds an MFA in writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and has written for Publishers Weekly, the Los Angeles Times, and the Washington Post amongst others. She currently resides in a hundred-year-old house in Lexington, Kentucy with her husband and their menagerie. GwendaBond.com. @Gewnda.
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Cole is clearly dangerous, both to himself and everyone else, but what’s to be done with him?
Reeling from Umta’s death, the teens try to regroup.
Cole has always felt a little apart from the rest of the teens—no one else lost a child when they died.
When the rescue team arrives at Sanctuary, there’s no time to catch up with old friends.
Inez’s distrust of Sparky deepens when the machine instructs Jing-Wei to lead the group into what could be a very dangerous situation.
Nevaeh has been harboring a secret crush for a while now, and the close quarters in Sanctuary are NOT helping
The journey to Sanctuary immediately hits a rough patch when Sparky tries to lead the group in the wrong direction.
Sunita has always thrived on danger—it was what made her life worth living.
The way the group has been treating Jing-Wei has never really sat right with Hyrum. He was raised better than that.
Upon entering Sanctuary, the teens are greeted by a young child, the first new person they’ve met in this new world.