Synopses & Reviews
This year at Suburban High School is just as troubling as the last. A curly-haired girl ghost is disrupting lives with dreaded “kiss notes,” and students are inexplicably sinking into depression. Bruno—the new kid on the block—finds himself at the center of the mystery when he discovers his natural map-reading abilities are actually supernatural. When the reluctant hero isnt engaged in cosmic battles against evil, Bruno is swooning over the mesmerizing Celia (from The Suburban Strange) and navigating the goth sensibilities and musical obsessions of the Rosary, her über-chic clique. A hypnotic coming-of-age novel that chills and thrills.
"Readers who enjoyed The Suburban Strange
will love to reconnect with the Rosary and see Celia and Bruno grow as they develop their powers together, and may find it hard waiting for the next installment to The Suburban Strange series."
—VOYA, 4Q 4P J S
"The entire book emanates a creepy and strange undertone, which serves to draw readers in and get them questioning everything about Bruno, the Rosary, and Whiterose."
In this much-anticipated sequel to The Suburban Strange brothers, Bruno and Sylvio transfer to Suburban High and find themselves entangled in its otherworldly mysteries and the uber chic clique known as the Rosary.
Bruno and his brother Sylvio are new to Suburban High. Bruno just wants to fit in, but Sylvio longs to stand out. When the chic sophisticates known as the Rosary take an interest in the brothers, they are entranced--Sylvio, by their exquisite taste in music and stylistic flair, and Bruno, by the beautiful and unattainable Celia Baulastine. But Bruno is worried about more than popularity points. His natural aptitude for map reading has taken an uncanny turn and it seems every road brings him closer to Celia and his dangerous destiny.
About the Author
Nathan Koteckis paranormal thriller The Suburban Strange was his first teen novel. He lives in Durham, North Carolina. Visit his website at www.thesuburbanstrange.com.