Zorya

Zorya

by Tom Alan Brosz
Zorya

Zorya

by Tom Alan Brosz

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Overview

17-year-old Zorya lives on blood, is allergic to daylight, and can lift the front end of a car (well, a small car). And nobody in polite modern American society uses the "V" word anymore—the PC term is "Nightwalker."

She's a popular senior at her Nightwalker high school in the California Enclave, with good grades, the newest smartphone, and the latest clothes.

Then her easy life changes drastically. Zorya's flirtation with David, the only human "Daywalker" in her school, gets her exiled from her comfortable home and sent packing to her grandfather in a distant Idaho forest Refuge—without even her smartphone!

There the reluctant Zorya discovers her heritage, learns skills she never needed in high school, and eventually finds out the real reason for her exile: to be trained as a member of a secret organization of Nightwalkers and Daywalkers, with one foot in each world, dedicated to preserving the fragile peace between the races.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186691761
Publisher: Tom Brosz
Publication date: 10/08/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Tom Alan Brosz actually is a rocket scientist (sort of), having worked for years with the private space industry as a systems designer. He also wrote and published a newsletter on the private space industry back before it was cool.

He has written three books for young people:

Castle Falcon, his first major fictional work, is based on bedtime stories he told his children, along with the fantasy and science fiction adventures he loved when he was young.

Roger Mantis is the story of Roger McGillicutty, a Little League star who wakes up one morning to find that he has transformed into a five-foot praying mantis.

Zorya, a YA book, is the story of a smartphone-packing teenage vampire and her adventures out in the human world.
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