Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Double Negative by C.Lee McKenzie


Title: Double Negative
Author: C. Lee McKenzie




Author Bio:C. Lee McKenzie is a native Californian who grew up in a lot of different places; then landed in the Santa Cruz Mountains where she lives with her family and miscellaneous pets. She writes most of the time, gardens and hikes and does yoga a lot, and then travels whenever she can.

She takes on modern issues that today's teens face in their daily lives. Her first young adult novel, Sliding on the Edge, which dealt with cutting and suicide was published in 2009. Her second, titled The Princess of Las Pulgas, dealing with a family who loses everything and must rebuild their lives came out in 2010. Her short story, Premeditated Cat, appears in the anthology, The First Time, and her Into the Sea of Dew is part of a collection, Two and Twenty Dark Tales. In 2012, her first middle grade novel, Alligators Overhead, came out.

Summary: Hutchison Mc Queen is a sixteen-year-old smart kid who screws up regularly. He’s a member of Larkston High’s loser clique, the boy who’s on his way to nowhere—unless juvenile hall counts as a destination. He squeaks through classes with his talent for eavesdropping and memorizing what he hears. When that doesn’t work, he goes to Fat Nyla, the one some mean girls are out to get and a person who’s in on his secret—he can barely read. And then Maggie happens. For twenty-five years she’s saved boys from their own bad choices. But she may not have time to save Hutch. Alzheimer’s disease is steadily stealing her keen mind.

Genre: Contemporary/Realistic Fiction
Category: Young Adult
Available: July 25 from Evernight Teen

Buy Link:
http://www.evernightteen.com/double-negative-by-c-lee-mckenzie

Website: http://cleemckenziebooks.com
Blog: http://writegame.blogspot.com
Facebook Fan Page:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Double-Negative/532193566907446

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for introducing us to this talented author and her books =)

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