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Young Adult Fiction Mysteries & Detective Stories

Asp of Ascension

by (author) B.R. Myers

Blue Moon Publishers
Initial publish date
Apr 2017
Mysteries & Detective Stories, General
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Apr 2017
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Nefertari "Terry" Hughes has three rules for surviving high school: 1. Don't attract attention.2. Don't get involved.3. Don't make trouble. A year after the accident that left her disabled and took her mother's life, sixteen-year-old Terry just wants to keep her head down and survive her new high school. When she catches the eye of cute basketball star Zach, all hopes of flying under the radar are gone.She is thrust even further into the spotlight when Fraser, the editor of the school newspaper, learns that her father is the renowned archaeologist overseeing the new Egyptian display at the museum, which is rumoured to include Cleopatra's sarcophagus. When Fraser stumbles upon the fifty-year-old mystery of a girl who vanished in the museum and Terry's father falls into a mysterious coma, Terry is caught up in a whirlwind of events that leads all the way back to ancient times./


About the author

Always in the mood for a good scare, B. R. MYERS spent most of her teen years behind the covers of Lois Duncan, Ray Bradbury and Stephen King. She is the author of nine YA books. Her contemporary coming-of-age novel Girl on the Run was a CCBC Best Book for Teens pick in 2016. Her most recent publication, Rogue Princess, was chosen by the School Library Journal as one of the Top Ten Best Audiobooks. When not putting her characters in precarious situations, B. R. Myers works as a registered nurse. A member of the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia, she lives in Halifax with her family—and there is still a stack of books on her bedside table.

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Editorial Reviews

"Where the ancient world meets modern day high school, Asp of Ascension is a fast-paced thrill ride through the history we often wonder about and the not-so-distant history we sometimes hope to forget." -- Rebekah Crane, author of Aspen, Playing Nice, and The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland

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