bokomslag Bell Eleven

Bell Eleven

Nina J Lux



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  • 478 sidor
  • 2015
"... some of the most imaginative worlds and beautiful prose that I've come across in an indie book. Seriously, there isn't a piece of this book that wasn't wonderfully vivid."
- S. Usher Evans (author of the Razia Series), 5 stars

34.2:1: Anyone found outside premises during Curfew hours will be removed.
Eighteen-year-old Freja Evenson goes about life as well as one can do under the circumstances. That is, when you"re stuck inside the house under a twelve-hour Curfew, when your best friend has left you stranded in the city, and when your over-protective father acts as if you'll miss Curfew and be removed, just like your mother.

Until one day when Curfew touches her life for a second time, and a dangerous quest begins. Beyond the limits of her own world, Freja seeks answers to the questions no-one dares ask.

A clue sends her from her safe life into a parallel world, or landskapë, where the mysteries of her world begin to unfold with earth-shattering revelations. Behind every answer lies a dark secret - and the cold hand of Curfew reaches even further than she can imagine.

Bell Eleven is a novel about tolerance, sustainability and the difficult choices we must make in the face of something much larger than ourselves.

This is the first book of four in YA urban fantasy adventure series The Landskapë Saga.


"Approachable, delightful fantasy [...] having some of the most interesting world building I've read in a long time."
- Callum, 5 stars

Fantastic world-building going on in this book. [...] well worth a read for fans of scifi and fantasy for the amazing, imaginative setting and the compelling plot."
- Elizabeth, 4 stars
  • Författare: Nina J Lux
  • Format: Häftad
  • ISBN: 9789198234206
  • Språk: Engelska
  • Antal sidor: 478
  • Utgivningsdatum: 2015-05-05
  • Förlag: Aphorism text och media