Gritty, realistic, raw…
Nine authors get real and dish up some of the best young adult fiction around. From family issues to teens struggling to find themselves, this collection offers a great escape while reminding us all that the best way to discover ourselves, is to embrace the hope we all have inside.
Featuring critically acclaimed, award-winning, and up-and-coming authors.
Stories in the collection:
“Love in Death” by Emerald Barnes
“A Sister’s Love” by Elise Manion
“Tender is the Deception” by award-winning author Tracy Hewitt Meyer
"And Then I Blinked” by award-winning author Caytlyn Brooke
“Trial” by award-winning author Jean Booth
“So, it Ends Here” by Sara Daniell
“Twelve Months” by Landen West
“Puppets” by Margaret Nerz Iribarne
“The Paternal Order of Dominic” by John Darryl Winston.
A Note From the Publisher
Available in Hardcover (978-1-946006-59-2), Softcover (978-1-947727-19-9) and ebook. Please note that ebook is available to libraries through Overdrive,
"A little bit of everything to intrigue multiple audiences. Highly recommend this anthology!" — LibraryThing Early Reviewers' Program
"…the sheer power of the emotions throughout this anthology will keep the reader going from one story to the next and have them searching for more after." — InD'Tale Magazine
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On The Edge Of Tomorrow is anthology written by nine young adult authors. This book has a lot of great stories that many teens/young adults will be able to relate to. From family issues on. Some stories were slow/less entertaining than others, but overall i'd recommend this book to others.
I really enjoy anthologies a lot since I'm a fan of short stories. I also love anthologies because I always discover new authors that I end up liking enough to read other works by them. If you love contemporary gritty YA stories, then this will be up your alley.