Monsters


The Reckoner Trilogy, Book 2
by David A. Robertson

Grade: for grade 7 to adult
SKU: 978-1-55379-748-7 Categories: ,

$16.00$26.99

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The mystery at Wounded Sky First Nation continues in the heart-stopping sequel to Strangers, by Governor General’s award-winning author David A. Robertson.

The ending…is so unexpected that readers will eagerly anticipate [the] third volume.—Kirkus Reviews

Cole Harper is struggling to settle into life in Wounded Sky First Nation. He may have stopped a serial killer but the trouble is far from over. A creature lurks in the shadows of Blackwood Forest, the health clinic is on lockdown by a mysterious organization, and long-held secrets threaten to bubble to the surface. Can Cole learn the truth about his father’s death? Why won’t Choch give him a straight answer? Where the heck is Jayne? Oh, and high school sucks.

A satisfying continuation of a moody, stylish series. Readers will eagerly anticipate the third volume.
—Kirkus Media

Highly recommended.
—CM Magazine

Highly recommend that you pick this one up.
—NetGalley review

We truly need more books like David A. Robertson’s Reckoner series. Combining First Nation mysticism and addressing mental health into a thriller of a tale, this series has so much to offer adults as well as middle graders.
—NetGalley review

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Winner McNally Robinson Book for Young People Award: Older Category 

Selected for CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens list

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