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


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!