Tuesday, April 9, 2013

"Night of the Purple Moon," by Scott Cramer

Teen girl Abby awakens to find that an astronomical phenomenon has killed her father and all the adults she knows. And her attempts to care for her siblings could be thwarted if her advancing puberty makes her susceptible to the same fate as her father. Over 100 five-star reviews for this YA dystopian novel, free today!

Night of the Purple Moon (The Toucan Trilogy (Young Adult Dystopian)), by Scott Cramer

"Cramer creates a picture of our world that's both frightening and inspiring in this heartfelt story that both young adults and adults can enjoy.A heartwarming but not overly sentimental story of survival." KIRKUS REVIEWS

"Outrageous and completely 'out of the box'." MY HOME AWAY FROM HOME review blog

"Three words: Gripping. Palpable. Well-developed." WORD SPELUNKING review blog

"After reading this book, I am simply speechless." I BLOG, YOU READ review blog

"Strong recommendation!" YA YEAH YEAH review blog --

Abby awakens to banging on the door, sees a truck crashed, and finds her baby sister crying out for breakfast. She soon discovers why Dad hasn't fed her.

Astronomers predicted that Earth would pass through a comet's tail, turning the moon purple. But nobody predicted that bacteria from the comet would attack the hormones responsible for puberty. Adults died within hours.

Abby struggles to care for her siblings while quarantined scientists race to find a cure. The time bomb of puberty ticks louder the older Abby gets.

Compelling science fiction, a young adult dystopian with heart.


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Meet the Author

Scott Cramer has written for national magazines including Reader's Digest and Boy's Life. He has published poetry, covered school committee meetings for a local daily newspaper, and is an optioned screenwriter.

Scott and his wife reside outside Boston in an empty nest/zoo/suburban farm/art studio with too many surfboards in the garage.

Colony East (Book #2 in The Toucan Trilogy) is coming in Summer 2013.

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