Author(s): Jacquelyn Mitchard
Three teenagers with XP (a life-threatening allergy to sunlight) are a species unto themselves. As seen through the eyes of 16-year-old Allie Kim, they roam the silent streets, looking for adventure while others sleep. On a random summer night, while scaling a building like any other, the three happen to peer into an empty apartment and glimpse an older man with what looks like a dead girl. A game of cat-and-mouse ensues that escalates through the underground world of hospital confinement, off-the-grid sports and forbidden love.
Advance Praise For "What We Saw At Night"
breathtakingly beautiful, terminally awesome."
--Lauren Myracle, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Shine"
"A thrilling ride through the darkness... Dark, suspenseful and quietly beautiful."
--Melissa Walker, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Small Town Sinners""The plot is intricately woven, with twists at every turn. Mitchard's exemplary writing takes a masterful detour into young adult territory."
--Karen Slaughter, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Criminal"
"Atmospheric, melancholy... breathtaking"
Praise for Jacquelyn Mitchard
"Will make you thankful...will make you think...will make you feel."--Oprah Winfrey
"Keeps you reading to the last page"--Jodi Picoult
"Dangerous and Powerful"--"Booklist"
"[Mitchard] writes with grace and authority"--"Publishers Weekly"
Praise for "The Deep End of the Ocean"
"[A] wrenching first novel, flies in the face of everything movies and your better class of talk shows say about bad things that happen to good people . . . wonderfully written.""â��The New York Times Book Review"
Praise for "All We Know of Heaven"
"Riveting, compassionate and psychologically nuanced . . . utterly gripping.""â��Publishers Weekly", Starred Review
Praise for "Now You See Her"
"Chick lit for the teen set that rewards the reader.""â��USA Today"
Jacquelyn Mitchard is the #1 "New York Times "bestselling author of "The Deep End of the Ocean," the very first Oprah Book Club pick, as well as more than twenty""other critically acclaimed books for adults and teens. A nominee for several""national and international awards, she served on the 2004 Fiction Jury for the""National Book Award. In addition, she is a longtime journalist and regular""contributor to "Real Simple "and "Parade "magazines.