Frozen (Taken #2) (Hardcover)
HarperTeen, 9780062117298, 368pp.
Publication Date: April 15, 2014
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This second book in Erin Bowman's gripping Taken trilogy will thrill fans of dystopian sci-fi series like Michael Grant's Gone and James Dashner's Maze Runner.
Gray Weathersby has escaped Claysoot and uncovered the truth behind the Laicos Project and the Order's twisted plans. Determined to fight back, his small group of rebels is on the hunt for more answers and more allies—a search that will take them on a harrowing journey across a frozen wasteland, and even deeper into a world built on the Order's lies.
In Frozen, discover more of the nonstop action and riveting plot twists that made Marie Lu, New York Times bestselling author of the Legend trilogy, call Taken "an action-packed thrill ride from beginning to end."
About the Author
Erin Bowman used to tell stories visually as a web designer. Now a full-time writer, she relies solely on words. She lives in New Hampshire with her family, and when not writing she can often be found hiking, commenting on good typography, and obsessing over all things Harry Potter. Erin is the author of Contagion and its sequel, Immunity, the Taken trilogy, Vengeance Road, and Retribution Rails. You can visit her online at www.embowman.com.
Praise For Frozen (Taken #2)…
— Kirkus Reviews
“The strengths of this series are in the dystopian world and survival aspects. Frozen will attract most readers of science fiction.”
— Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
“Plenty of action and suspense.”
— ALA Booklist
Praise for TAKEN: “An action-packed thrill ride from beginning to end. I devoured this in one sitting and might have gnawed a nail or two off from all the excitement. More, please!”
— Marie Lu, author of Legend
“A suspenseful trek. Readers will eagerly await the next installment.”
— Kirkus Reviews
“An action-packed, emotionally charged, plot-twisting adventure.”
“A dramatic work that is reminiscent of Lois Lowry’s The Giver and will appeal to fans of Suzanne Collins’s The Hunger Games.”
— School Library Journal