If you’re making your reading lists for this fall, you definitely want to add A Dangerous Year by Kes Trester to the list. Just take a look at this cover!
This YA debut novel sounds like equal parts boarding school mystery and spy thriller, and we are anxious to give it a read. It won’t be available until September 26, 2017, but check out the synopsis and cover below. We can’t wait to get our hands on this adventurous new novel!
About ‘A Dangerous Year’
Seventeen-year-old Riley Collins has grown up in some of the world’s most dangerous cities, learning political strategies from her ambassador dad and defensive skills from his security chief. The only thing they didn’t prepare her for: life as an American teenager.
After an incident forces her to leave her Pakistani home, Riley is recruited by the State Department to attend Harrington Academy, one of the most elite boarding schools in Connecticut. The catch: she must use her tactical skills to covertly keep an eye on Hayden Frasier, the daughter of a tech billionaire whose new code-breaking spyware has the international intelligence community in an uproar.
Disturbing signs begin to appear that Riley’s assignment wasn’t the walk in the park she’d been promised. Now, Riley must fight for her life and Hayden’s, as those around her reveal themselves to be true friends or the ultimate betrayers.
‘A Dangerous Year’ cover reveal
Isn’t that gorgeous? We cannot wait to check this one out when it releases this September. If you’re curious about this debut work or its author, check out all the places you can learn more about Kes Trester below.
About the Author
Kes Trester has always been telling tales. Through film or television, or now via young adult novels, Kes loves to entertain. Her fun and fast-paced books are often centered on smart girls doing what others say can’t – or shouldn’t – be done. Her debut novel, A Dangerous Year, hits shelves on September 26, 2017.
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