Book: THE GREAT EXCHANGE by J. J. Aubreycategories: Book, Genre-Bending, Young Adult/Adult, Westopian, Science Fiction, Plucky, Quirky Heroine, Coming-of-Age Road Trip, Love, Romantic, Age-Gap Relationship, Existential, Dystopian Fiction
J. J. Aubreyabout this book: Excerpt from The Great Exchange:
Poor creature was lying just off the road, but not quite in the ditch. He looked to be about my age, which is fifteen if you haven't already done the math. First soul I'd seen all morning. His long blond hair was matted with blood to the side of his head, and his throat was torn clean open, all jagged, like ferocious bare hands had done it. Then I realized it was probably the vultures added that touch, else ways he wouldn't have been so picked over, and his eyes would've still been in his head. Daddy believed a person's eyes said the most about them – the way they looked at you, or didn't. I reckon this boy was done sayin' altogether.
• A genre-bending dystopian page-turner, full of grit, heart and humor. An epic story about a quirky young heroine who gives new meaning to leather and lace. A fabulous read!
— Irene Kraas, Kraas Literary Agency, United States
• Did I enjoy it? A well-written dystopian novel is hard to beat. I loved it!
— Helen Baggott, Author, United Kingdom
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