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  • Malorie Blackman has a nature affinity for space tales and this shines through in her bold new novel . . . The ensuing gripping story has plenty of strong emotions to play with: love, hate, fear, jealousy and more than a dash of betrayal. It's a stylish tale and one ripe for a sequel

    Telegraph
  • It all builds up to a terrific climax, the plotted emotions and action coming together in scenes of great tension . . . Chasing the Stars goes boldly where few YA titles have gone before: never before have I come across a book that’s a combination of Star Trek, Ten Things I Hate About You and a murder mystery. What’s not to like?

    Tony Bradman, Guardian
  • Full of nail-biting adventure, interstellar conflict and then passion . . . keeps us guessing to the last.This is confident sci-fi saturated with emotional intensity

    Nicolette Jones, The Sunday Times - Children's Book of the Week
  • The former Children's Laureate is never afraid to tackle challenging issues . . . a thrilling love story

    Mail on Sunday - Children's Book of the Month
  • This is storytelling on a grand scale, with love, danger, treachery, jealousy and tragedy . . . I read it in two breathless sittings and I absolutely loved it

    Fiona Noble, The Bookseller

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