Reviews

Children’s Book Store

The plot of this novel is just about as bizarre as they can get, but is also wickedly enchanting. Taking puberty and screwing it up more than it already is takes serious guts. Guts that Kathryn Evans clearly has. 

Everybody Learns

Of all of us, teenagers are surely the most enthralled by ideas of self and self-determination and this creepy, unusual novel will have them glued to the pages

Guardian Children’s Books.

I was hooked even after the first paragraph. It is now actually one of my favourite books!

Our Book Reviews Online

An absolutely brilliant YA debut from Kathryn Evans; part thriller, part science fiction, part romance, part everyday growing-up problems – and totally fab!

The Irish Examiner

The tension is maintained until the end in this sometimes chilling science fiction tale. It’s a terrific read.

Words Are My Craft

If you want to read a book that is utterly unique (and I mean UNIQUE) and really fascinating, pick up a copy of this.

Awfully Big Reviews.

A witty, original, refreshing read.

Suffolk Libraries

More of Me serves up a gripping blend of teenage identity crisis, science fiction and romance.

Sarina Langer

This review contains spoilers – be warned!

An excellent, fast read and I can’t recommend it enough. It was amazing in every way, it really was.

Love Reading 4 Kids

Debut of The Month February.

‘This book was brilliant! Blew me away… So much had gone into it I literally could not stop reading!’

Lancashire Evening Post:

A brilliant page-turner from a talented new writer…

The Book Bag

FIVE STARS!!!!

A powerful page-turner based on what is likely to be one of the most original concepts of 2016. A must-read for teens and adults alike.

Serendipity Reviews:

There is nothing like this on the YA market. I love this book! Already a firm favourite with me and will definitely be one of the most talked about debuts of 2016.

Tanya Landman, Carnegie Medal Winner 2015:

Very weird and very wonderful. What a debut!

Teri Terry, author of the Slated series:

Weird, wonderful and utterly fabulous, I read this is one big gulp. I loved it!

The Bookseller:

A gripping thriller with a sinister sci-fi edge, exploring family, identity and sacrifice.

Mary Hoffman, author of the Stravaganza series:

An attention grabbing debut which kept me surprised right up to the end.

Tamsyn  Murray, author of My So-Called Afterlife:

A super-smart, standout read that takes a pinch of sci-fi, a dash of romance and a hefty dose of tension and mixes them all up in a contemporary test tube. It grabbed me from the first page and didn’t let go!

Bryony Pearce, author of Phoenix Rising:

A tense, thought-provoking  thriller about the (quite literal) pain of growing up. What is really wrong with Teva? I couldn’t put this novel down!