About the author
Born in New Zealand and later raised on the Gold Coast, Maria Lewis worked as a cadet reporter on the crime beat as a teenager, before shifting to entertainment reporting. She made a name for herself as a freelance entertainment reporter, podcaster, and TV panellist, with a strong focus on queer representation and feminism in film, before she published her first novel, Who's Afraid?, in 2016. The first sequel (of a total five books) was published in 2017, around the same time as Hoodlum Entertainment announced they'd be planning a television series based on the character.
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About the book
Tommi Grayson's never exactly been a normal girl. Bright blue hair, a mysterious past and barely controlled rage issues have a way of making a woman stand out. Yet she's never come close to guessing who she really is ...
When her mother dies, a shattered Tommi decides to track down her estranged father. Leaving Scotland for a remote corner of New Zealand, she discovers the truth of her heritage - and it's a whole lot more than merely human.
Barely escaping with her life, now Tommi must return to her her friends, pretending everything is normal, while all too aware of the dangers lurking outside - and within. Worse still, something has followed her home ...
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