FREE E-BOOK: Download Changers Book One: Drew for free through Sunday, April 12!
This week marks the release of Changers Book Two: Oryon, the second installment in T Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper’s mind- (and body-) bending fantasy series for young readers. In its glowing review of Book One, Huffington Post said: “Go get a copy of this right now.”
Well, here’s your chance. From today until Sunday, April 12, download a copy of Changers Book One: Drew for absolutely free, right here:
CHANGERS BOOK ONE: DREW opens on the eve of Ethan Miller’s freshman year of high school in a brand-new town. He’s finally sporting a haircut he doesn’t hate, has grown two inches since middle school, and can’t wait to try out for the soccer team. At last, everything is looking up in life.
UNTIL THE NEXT MORNING. When Ethan awakens as a girl. Ethan is a Changer, a little-known, ancient race of humans who in modern times live out each of their four years of high school as a different person. After graduation, Changers choose which version of themselves they will be forever—and no, they cannot go back to who they were before the changes began.
FANS OF THE BOOKS of John Green and Joss Whedon—and empathy between humans—will find much to love in this first of a four-part series that tracks the journey of an average suburban boy who becomes an incredible young woman . . . who becomes a reluctant hero . . . who becomes the person she was meant to be. Because, while changing the world can kinda suck, it sure beats never knowing who you really are.
THIS MONTH, THE STORY CONTINUES WITH Changers Book Two: Oryon, which is now available in print from our website and wherever books and e-books are sold. Book Two finds our hero Ethan/Drew on the eve of her second metamorphosis—into Oryon, a skinny African American skater boy with more swagger than he knows what to do with. Enter a mess of trouble from the Changers Council, the closed-minded Abiders, the Radical Changers (RaChas), and his best friend Audrey—at least she was his best friend when Oryon was Drew—and now, it’s complicated.
BUT THAT’S LIFE (AND LIFE, AND LIFE, AND LIFE) for Changers. Before next summer, Oryon will learn what it means to be truly loved, scared spitless, and at the center of a burgeoning national culture war. Most of all, he will learn again how much the eyes of the world try to shape you into what they see—and how only when you resist do you clearly begin to see yourself.
PRAISE FOR Changers Book One: Drew
“Changers should appeal to a broad demographic. Teenagers, after all, are the world’s leading experts on trying on, and then promptly discarding, new identities.” —New York Times Book Review
“‘Selfie’ backlash has begun: The Unselfie project wants to help people quit clogging social media with pictures of themselves and start capturing the intriguing world around them.” —O, the Oprah Magazine on the We Are Changers Unselfie project
Included in School Library Journal’s “What’s Hot in YA” Roundup
“This is more than just a ‘message’ book about how we all need to be more understanding of each other. The imaginative premise is wrapped around a moving story about gender, identity, friendship, bravery, rebellion vs. conformity, and thinking outside the box.” —School Library Journal
“A thought-provoking exploration of identity, gender, and sexuality . . . an excellent read for any teens questioning their sense of self or gender.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“A fresh and charmingly narrated look at teens and gender.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Everyone should read this, regardless of age. The book discusses important topics about growing into your skin (literally and physically), and gender identity . . . Go get a copy of this right now.” —Huffington Post
“Changing bodies, developing personalities, forays into adult activities—where was this book circa the early 2000s when I needed it? But something tells me my adult self will learn a thing or to from it as well.” —Barnes & Noble Blog/Indie Books Roundup
Posted: Apr 8, 2015
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