Cass discovers an intricate pattern of betrayal as she protects her family and her father's presidential campaign.
"The relationships and intrigue come out brilliantly. The young protagonist is a fascinating character with a unique perspective on life, one that helps to deepen the use of humor in the story. The reader will want to unravel the mystery, to identify the mind behind Cass's predicament and to find out if she can live up to her goal. This novel is hilarious, highly engaging, and entertaining." ~ Readers' Favorite Book Reviews, Christian Sia (5 STARS)
Cass, thirteen, seeks to escape her captors, protect her little brother, and assist her presidential-candidate father, Glen "Wat" Watson. Oddly, Cass finds herself confined to a luxurious suite in NorthWatch Castle—the Watsons own the castle and the Maine Coastal Island it dominates. How can Cass's family not be behind this?
"Cagey Magee brings new meaning to coming of age thrillers in Cass and Wat. ...brings his characters alive with vivid personalities and redeemable qualities. ...overall, I was spellbound. I was impressed with the ending and look forward to more novels from this author." ~ Readers' Favorite Book Reviews, Peggy Jo Wipf (5 STARS)
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the first book in the funny, fast-moving, action-packed "NorthWatch" series of young adult coming-of-age mystery/thrillers. [DRM-Free]
Books by Mr. Cagey Magee:
- Cass and Wat (NorthWatch - 1)
- Cass and Logan (NorthWatch - 2)
- Cass and Nat (NorthWatch - 3) [Coming Spring 2020]
- Cass and Keith (NorthWatch - 4) [Coming Fall 2020]
More Great Young Adult Fiction from Evolved Publishing:
- The "Chosen" Series by Jeff Altabef and Erynn Altabef
- The "Darla Decker Diaries" Series by Jessica McHugh
- The "Dirt and Stars" Series by Kevin Killiany
- "The Desert" Series by Angela Scott
About the Author
Author, editor, teacher, virtuoso, Mr. Cagey Magee, graduated from modestly bookish, obnoxious kid to obsessive young-adult reader at around the age of eleven. He lived not far from an excellent library filled with novels that led him to faraway universes and fascinating people. He devoured them—the novels, not the people—and soon became obsessed with writing his own horror, young adult, mystery-thriller, and coming-of-age stories.
Cagey’s first novel came in at the size of two long books. He quickly learned the error of his ways when he needed to print the thing out and carry it. His current novels are more compact but still a little offbeat. He inevitably falls in love with his characters and really hates to kill them. For Cage, the near future holds infinite marvels. No one is all good or all bad. He loves them for who they are and where they go next, and hopes his readers will hang in there for the bumpy ride.