Bob Harris & Matt Flannery
Tue., June 4
Forever altered by his experience in Furnace Penetentiary, Alex has done the impossible and escaped. But the battle for freedom is only just beginning. Charged with his superhuman abilities, Alex must uncover the last of Furnace’s secrets—the truth about the man who built the prison, the man known as Alfred Furnace. And to do that he must stop running and finally confront his greatest fears.
About the Author
ALEXANDER GORDON SMITH lives in Norwich, England. He is a co-founder of Fear Driven Films, which is currently producing its first feature film. The Escape from Furnace series marks his publishing debut in the United States.
Praise for Fugitives: Escape from Furnace 4…
Praise for Escape from Furnace:
“Fresh and ferocious . . . Will hook boys with its gritty, unrelenting surprises.” —James Patterson
“Furnace is hotter than hell and twice as much fun! Sign me up for a life sentence of Alexander Gordon Smith!” —Darren Shan, author of the Demonata series
“Uniquely horrifying.” —Realms of Fantasy
“Gritty action and compelling characters will have reluctant readers enthralled.” —School Library Journal
“Breathlessly paced and soaked with blood, mucus, and less savory substances. . . . Readers who relish lurid imagery . . . will continue to be riveted and left eager for the next disgust-o-rama episode.” —Booklist
“A thrill ride that will leave the audience wanting more. Smith’s prose is fast paced, witty, and sometimes downright terrifying. Some of the images he creates could manifest into a nightmare or two. Teens who are looking for a great thriller/horror story will definitely want to pick up these novels.” —VOYA
“My biggest success story last year was when a student, a fifth year senior, attended a booktalk and couldn’t wait to read Lockdown. It was the first book he read all the way through in five years of high school. I was privileged to get the galley from a conference for Solitary and gave it to him. I told him to keep the book—in less than a week he returned it to me in pristine condition and wanted more.” —Librarian, Washington High School, Sioux Falls, SD