A young woman is torn between her home and her dreams in Dee Garretson's Gone by Nightfall, a thrilling YA novel set during the Russian Revolution.
It’s 1916, and Charlotte Mason is determined to make a life for herself in czarist Russia. When her mother dies, Charlotte is forced to put her plans to go to medical school aside to care for her unruly siblings. Then a handsome new tutor arrives. Charlotte has high hopes that he’ll stay, freeing her up to follow her dreams of becoming a doctor. But there’s more to Dmitri that meets the eye.
Just when she thinks she can get her life back, Russia descends into revolution and chaos. Now, not only does Charlotte need to leave Russia, she needs to get her siblings out tooand fast.
Can Charlotte flee Russia, keep her siblings safe, and uncover Dmitri’s many secrets before she runs out of time?
Praise for Gone by Nightfall
A Junior Library Guild Selection
"Amid spy intrigue, coded messages, fairly improbable escapes, a budding romance, and bold derring-do, our quick-thinking, thoroughly engaging protagonist triumphs and the plot never slows. Garretson reaches beyond adventure, too, providing a haunting nuance to the horrors of war through her heroine’s eyes... An action-packed, yet sobering journey into the war to end all wars." Booklist
"This is the sort of book you want to hide in your closet and read so that no one disturbs you until you're completely finished." Samantha Hastings, author of The Last Word
|Publisher:||Feiwel & Friends|
|Product dimensions:||5.38(w) x 8.25(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Dee Garretson writes for a wide range of ages, from chapter books to middle grade to young adult and adult fiction. She has a degree in international relations from Tufts University, and also studied and taught landscape horticulture at Cincinnati State, giving her a chance to indulge in her love of both history and of plants. When she is not at home in Cincinnati writing, reading, and watching old movies, she takes every opportunity to travel, storing up new locations for future stories. She is also the author of All Is Fair.