Chasing the Stars

Chasing the Stars

Summary

'Full of nail-biting adventure, interstellar conflict and then passion . . . keeps us guessing to the last' - Sunday Times


A combination of Star Trek, Ten Things I Hate About You, and a murder mystery. What's not to like?' - Guardian


'I walked over to him and took his hand . . . We were at the heart of our very own universe'
Olivia and her twin brother, Aidan, are heading alone on their ship back to Earth following the virus that completely wiped out their crew, and their family in its entirety.


Nathan's ship is heading in the opposite direction, but on the journey it is attacked. Only a few survive.
When their lives suddenly collide, Nathan and Olivia are instantly attracted to each other, deeply, completely head over heels.


But not everyone is pleased. Surrounded by rumours, deception, even murder, is it possible to live out a happy-ever-after...?


'The former Children's Laureate is never afraid to tackle challenging issues . . . a thrilling love story' - Mail on Sunday

About the author

Malorie Blackman

Malorie Blackman has written over seventy books for children and young adults, including the Noughts & Crosses series, Thief and a science-fiction thriller, Chasing the Stars. Many of her books have also been adapted for stage and television, including a BAFTA-award-winning BBC production of Pig-Heart Boy and a Pilot Theatre stage adaptation by Sabrina Mahfouz of Noughts & Crosses. There is also a major BBC production of Noughts & Crosses, with Roc Nation (Jay-Z’s entertainment company) curating the soundtrack as executive music producer. In 2005 Malorie was honoured with the Eleanor Farjeon Award in recognition of her distinguished contribution to the world of children’s books. In 2008 she received an OBE for her services to children’s literature, and between 2013 and 2015 she was the Children’s Laureate. Most recently Malorie wrote for the Doctor Who series on BBC One, and the fifth novel in her Noughts & Crosses series, Crossfire, was published by Penguin Random House Children’s in summer 2019.
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