Author(s): Gemma Malley
Will Hodges' life is a mess! His mother is dead, he has no friends and he thinks he is being followed by a strange group of people who tell him they know him. But Will can't remember them ...at first. And when he does, he doesn't like what he can remember.
A compelling stand-alone novel by the author of The Declaration and The Resistance Big themes dealt with in an action-packed and gripping narrative
Praise for 'The Returners': 'A challenging, compelling and flawless stand-alone novel from an emerging talent ... Metaphysical teenage fiction at its best' Bookseller
Gemma Malley studied Philosophy at Reading University before working as a journalist. She edited several business magazines and contributed regularly to Company magazine and the Sunday Telegraph before moving into the Civil Service in a senior communications role at Ofsted. The Declaration, her first novel for a teenage audience, and its sequel, The Resistance, were published to critical acclaim. She lives in South London.