I Am Traitor (Paperback)Sif Sigmarsdottir (author)
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At the end of the world, who can you trust? The story of one teen's fight against an extra-terrestrial invasion. For fans of Michael Grant, Suzanne Collins and Robert Muchamore.
London has been targeted by extra-terrestrial life and victims are transported to a terrifying other world.
Amy Sullivan is an unwilling hero. She runs until she can't run any more. Then, she is taken.
To have a chance of saving herself, and her planet, Amy will have to put faith in those she fears the most. But what if it means becoming a traitor to everyone she has ever loved?
A modern-day War of the Worlds from one of Iceland's bestselling authors.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 292
Weight: 372 g
Dimensions: 198 x 154 x 30 mm
There is much to keep a reader engaged, while also raising questions about morality and courage with a reasonably light touch. * The Irish Times *
Suzanne Collins fans, meet your new must-read author. * Lovereading4kids *
Sif Sigmarsdottir has done a sterling job of spinning a War of the Worlds tale recast with a young and female central character and a modern setting. * The Bookbag *
I Am Traitor was consistently exciting and surprising, beyond the alien invasion concept it was wholly unique and with a very fascinating cast of characters, from kick-ass teens to traitors. * Page to Stage Reviews *
[Sif] quickly became an author whom I'm going to keep my eyes out for... I couldn't put I am Traitor down at all. * Lair of a Book Dragon *
[Sif] definitely has a gift for realistic world-building, and I definitely look forward to whatever she may come up with. * Turn That Page blog *
I Am Traitor was gripping from the very first page... I couldn't put it down. * Be My Anchorr Blog *
Sigmarsdottir does an excellent job of balancing the personal conflicts with the big picture... it's funny and sweet-hearted too, and there's light in the darkness -- Jonathan Hatfull * SciFiNow Magazine *
The book is a great read, weaving a teenage love story deftly into a fast-paced adventure story, with a modern teenager out of her depth but still doing her best to try to save her world. * Crime Review *
Sigmarsdottir does an excellent job of balancing the personal conflicts with the horror of the big picture. It's funny and sweethearted too, and there's light in the darkness. * SciFi Now *
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