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Out of the Blue

by Sophie Cameron

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Out of the Blue by Sophie Cameron
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  • First Published:
    May 2018, 272 pages
    Paperback:
    Jun 2019, 288 pages

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A YA novel in which angels falling from the sky prompt a teenage girl and her family to rethink what they believe in and to face the truth.

What does it mean when angels start falling from the sky? Are they from heaven? Are they a sign? A blessing or a curse? Teenage Jaya, living in Britain, has just lost her mother when this begins to happen. For her father and sister, the angels represent a connection to her mother, a desperate hope of hearing from her from beyond the grave. But what do the angels mean to Jaya and the rest of the world? In her debut novel Out Of The Blue, Sophie Cameron creates a fantasy world filled with angels while simultaneously tackling vital life questions as Jaya narrates her experiences.

When angels, or Beings, begin falling to earth, they quickly inspire a legion of followers, including Jaya's dad. He obsessively gathers information and evidence about the Beings, convinced that they are a sign from Jaya's mother. He makes endless calculations and predictions, trying to find and save a ...

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