In Your Light

In Your Light

For Ages: 12 and up
From the author of Captive comes a tense, gripping story of secrets, sisterhood and running away

Are you still a sister, if one of you is missing?  

Sixteen-year-old Lil’s heart was broken when her sister Mella disappeared. There’s been no trace or sighting of her since she vanished, so when Lil sees a girl lying in the road near her house she thinks for a heart-stopping moment that it’s Mella. The girl is injured and disorientated and Lil has no choice but to take her home. But something’s not right… The girl claims she’s from a peaceful community called The Sisterhood of the Light, but why then does she have strange marks down her arms, and what – or who – is she running from…
 
Could she hold the key to Mella's disappearance?
 
And what happens if the Sisterhood is unwilling to let its daughters go… 

Praise for Captive:
'Taut kidnap thriller with shades of Sophie McKenzie and Noughts and Crosses' Juno Dawson
'A moving exploration of identity, celebrity, loyalty and power' Booktrust
'I raced through Captive. A cracking thriller that will delight the many fans of Sophie McKenzie' Phil Earle
'Incredible voice, really tense and exciting, and mysterious. It's brilliant' Anthony McGowan
  • Simon & Schuster Children's UK | 
  • 336 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781471122941 | 
  • May 2018
List Price
AU$ 17.99
NZ$ 20.99

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Annalie Grainger
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Annalie Grainger

A. J. Grainger lives in London, where she works as a children's books editor. She loves writing and editing because it means she gets to talk about books all day. Her debut, Captive, was published by Simon & Schuster in 2014. Find out more about A. J. and her writing on Twitter (@_AJGrainger) or by visiting her website, www.ajgrainger.com

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