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Indigo YA fiction TPB October £9.99 224pp 978 1 78062 136 4 eBook: £9.99 / 978 1 78062 140 1


For Madeline, the House of Usher is a nightmare to live in – but impossible to leave . . . Madeline and her twin brother Roderick have the Usher name, the Usher house – and the Usher disease. Something is wrong with the family’s blood, and it seems to have spread to the house itself. Sometimes Madeline even wonders whether it might be alive. When Roderick is sent away to school, the house seems to want revenge on the one member of the Usher family left behind: Madeline herself. A gorgeous, eerie, darkly Gothic tale, The Fall is guaranteed to intrigue and enthral. Bethany Griffin is the author of the stunning postapocalyptic duology The Masque of the Red Death and The Dance of the Red Death. She lives in the USA and teaches English Literature and Creative Writing.

Indigo YA Fiction TPB November @ £9.99 320pp 978 1 78062 199 9 eBook: £9.99 / 978 1 78062 201 9

RYAN GRAUDIN The Walled City

In the Walled City, every day is a fight for survival. Disguised as a boy, Jin Ling searches for her missing sister, Mei Yee, who was sold into the brothels of the Walled City – a cut-throat world of gangs, drug-dealers and warlords. When a mysterious boy, Dai, requests her help with a dangerous mission, Jin Ling’s inclined to say no, but it’s a vital chance to see inside the brothel where her sister may be captive. Jin Ling and Dai join forces – but will either of them survive the mission? Is Mei Yee still alive? And how will any of them ever escape the stifling city walls? The Hunger Games meets Memoirs of a Geisha in this richly-imagined adrenaline rush of a novel. Ryan Graudin was born in Charleston, South Carolina with a severe case of wanderlust. When she’s not travelling, she’s busy photographing weddings, writing and spending time with her husband and wolf-dog.


Location: Indiana, USA Available for interview f/bethanygriffinauthor @_bethanygriffin author:

Location: South Carolina, USA Available for interview f/Ryan-Graudin @ryangraudin

Indigo • October / November 2014