Thank you so much to our Twisted Lit fans. We're getting all your notes and reviews about Puck and we couldn't be happier! Here are just a few of the latest highlights from Goodreads and Amazon:
"Puck stands out as a novel written for misfits and loners and outsiders, really anyone who has ever felt like they didn't belong." -- Andrea
"I am not an avid reader of YA, but I found Puck to be compulsively readable. The lively prose grabs you early on and doesn't let up (I read it in two sittings) and feels completely modern even though the story is inspired by Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream." -- Victoria
" A short and sweet ride, and definitely one I’d recommend. (Especially if you’re into badass main characters." -- Inge
"Puck by Kim Askew and Amy Helmes definitely was one of the big surprises of 2016 for me. " -- Stephanie (of Bookfever)
The reviews are pouring in for Puck, and we couldn't be more thrilled!
Here are just a few excerpts:
"A truly fantastic YA novel, can't wait for the next one."'
"I fell in love with Puck from the very first page"
"Puck was definitely one of the surprises of 2016 for me."
Life isn’t always fair, and no one knows that better than fifteen-year-old Puck. When she’s unceremoniously booted from yet another foster home, this city kid lands at DreamRoads, a rehabilitation wilderness camp. Her fellow juvenile delinquents include a famous pop star with a diva attitude, a geeky, “fish out water” math whiz, and a surly gang-banger with a chip on his shoulder. The program’s steely director aims to break Puck, but she knows that every adult has a breaking point, too. Determined to defy this realm of agonizing nature hikes and soul-sucking psychobabble — even if that means manipulating four lovestruck camp counselors and the director’s dim-witted second-in-command — Puck ultimately gets much more than she bargains for in this “wondrous strange” outdoor odyssey inspired by The Bard’s most beguiling comedy.
We can't wait to share Puck with you! --Kim & Amy