Emma Trevayne is a full-time writer. She is an avid music collector, a lover of computer code languages, and a photographer. She has lived in Canada, England, and America. Follow her on Twitter @EMentior.
TheBookHookup "[T]he rhythm steadily climbs and you only fall more under its spell. By the time the song is nearing its end, there's only the tempo's speed and your heart is racing to match the pace of the song because you're wholly invested now. And when it all ends, when the last crash of the drum sounds and the singer drops the microphone, your heart is gargling in throat from all the rioting and fist-pumping you've done and you can't wipe the smile off your face because it was a damn good ride." MeOnBooks "This book is ripe with danger and suspicion, and it highlights the key points of a dystopian setting. The horrors of an oppressive corporation and their corrupt goals, the dreary and dismal setting, the unflinching desire to keep those you care about most safe from harm, the overwhelming search for identity in a world where everyone is forced to be the same, and the discovery of limits, of how far we will go to stay alive." Jessabella Reads "A breathtaking debut from a YA author to keep your eye on!" JBronderBookReviews "This is definitely one book that young adult book lovers will want to read." Once Upon a Bookcase "One of the most amazing dystopian novels I have ever read...Simply incredible...and a completely wonderful debut!" San Francisco Book Review/Sacramento Book Review "With so many dystopian books out there, it's definitely hard to find one that's both original and well-written. Coda, however, is one of those books...This is a must-read for any YA or dystopia fan [that] stands out in its originality, emotion and real characters." ForeWord Reviews "The action is engaging and fast-paced, propelled forward by the authentic and sometimes conflicting interests of its likable cast of characters... The ending is tense and sensational, and readers won't feel let down by the action." The Midnight Garden "Coda has a cool-factor unlike anything I've read. A cyberpunk--part dystopian, part science fiction--thriller set in futuristic Manhattan, with the requisite gadgetry, romance, and the added benefit of a rockstar? Sign me up." A.B. Keuser "I honestly wasn't expecting what I got. And that was something truly magical."