Part two in a gripping dystopian trilogy for fans of The Hunger Games.
Gemma Malley is an award-winning author. She lives in London with her husband and three young children. You can visit her online at www.gemmamalley.com.
The Disappearances is vintage Malley. Its clear, elegant, flowing prose is easy to read and deceptively intelligent. The narrative concentrates equally on its wider themes - freedom, control, self-expression - and on its characters...I defy you to find anything wrong with The Disappearances. It's wonderful stuff. Don't miss it. * www.thebookbag.co.uk * A great deal of thought and planning has clearly gone into the world building. I believed it, could see it happening and found it disturbing and fascinating at the same time . . . * Myfavouritebooks.blogspot.co.uk * At times I felt I couldn't put this down, there were times where the action was riveting and others I just wanted to read on to find out the truth about the system . . . Malley has done an excellent job and it is well worth a read. * Passionfornovels.co.uk * I love Gemma Malley . . . Somehow, she manages to produce books that are at once intellectual, challenging, sophisticated, exciting, romantic and accessible. * Thebookbag.co.uk * Malley creates a harrowing dystopian world that keeps you turning the pages. * We Love This Book * Chillingly well-imagined. * Daily Mail * Praise for THE KILLABLES * : *