I’m really excited to be sharing with you today the cover of the fantastically talented Christopher Edge’s new novel. ‘The Jamie Drake Equation’ from will be published on the 2nd March 2017 by Nosy Crow books.
So without further ado here it is……..
I love this stunning cover, the fabulous artwork has been created by Matt Saunders who was also responsible for ‘The Many Worlds of Albie Bright. It is definitely one of those covers that demands to be picked up and read and I’m intrigued to discover more about what lies inside.
The Jamie Drake Equation
How amazing would it be to have a dad who’s an astronaut? Rocket launches, zero gravity, and flying through space like a superhero! Jamie Drake’s dad is orbiting the Earth in the International Space Station and Jamie ought to think it’s cool but he just really misses him…
Hanging out at his local observatory Jamie picks up a strange signal on his phone. It looks like alien life is getting closer to home. But space is a dangerous place and when his dad’s mission goes wrong can Jamie prove that he’s a hero too? A cosmic adventure for anyone who’s ever looked at the stars.
Christopher grew up in Manchester where he spent most of his childhood in the local library dreaming up stories, but now lives in Gloucestershire where he spends most of his time in the local library dreaming up stories. Before becoming a writer, he worked as an English teacher, editor and publisher – any job that let him keep a book close to hand. He also works as a freelance publisher and education consultant and has written several publications about encouraging children to read.
To find out more about Christopher you can visit his website or follow him on Twitter
To find out more about Matt you can visit his website or follow him on Twitter
If you haven’t read ‘The Many Worlds of Albie Bright’ you can head over to my blog to discover why it made me laugh out loud, how it took my breath away and made me cry. It truly is a wonderful story which I loved reading and I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of ‘The Jamie Drake Equation.’