Kirkus Reviews has weighed in on Leander Watts new YA novel, Meet Me in the Strange and we loved what they had to say! Check out the full review here.
“The world of the novel, from its language and geography to its layers of popular culture, is drawn with intricacy and vitality . . . Watts successfully captures not only the gravity of a teenage subculture, but also the more mercurial feeling of an axial generation on the cusp of something completely new. A bighearted and imaginative tale about a glam god’s fans.” -Kirkus Reviews
Davi tries to help a new friend, Anna Z, escape a cruel and controlling brother, and the teens end up running away to follow the tour of their rock idol, the otherworldly Django Conn. The story is set in a weird and wonderful retro-futuristic city of glam-girls and glister-boys and a strange phenomenon that Anna Z calls the “Alien Drift.”More info →