The Body Electric

Ella Shepherd can slip into other people’s minds. Using technology invented by her parents, Ella has the ability to experience–and influence–the memories of others. She’s used this ability to help ensure the safety of the world from a dangerous terrorist group, but not all is as it seems…because someone’s been inside Ella’s head, too. More

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About Beth Revis

Beth Revis is the New York Times, Publisher’s Weekly, and IndieBound bestselling author of the Across the Universe series(Razorbill/Penguin ), as well as several in-world short stories published in various anthologies. The books are currently available in more than 20 languages.

The Across the Universe books blend mystery with science fiction as they follow the voyage of a generation spaceship to a new world fraught with danger. The first book in the trilogy, Across the Universe, is a “cunningly executed thriller” according to Booklist, and the second book, A Million Suns, was hailed by the LA Times as “a fast-paced, action-packed follow-up.” Shades of Earth, the final volume, was called a “tense and delicious ride” by The Examiner.

Across the Universe was selected as a YALSA Teen Top Ten novel, recipient of the Seal of Excellence and the Futuristic Novel of the Year Award from Romantic Times, long-listed for the Carnegie Medal, and featured on several state reading lists. The second book in the trilogy was selected as a Kirkus Best of 2012 novel and a Best Book of 2012 from Wired Magazine, and the third book was featured as a Book of the Month from Seventeen Magazine and an Indigo Must-Read Novel.

A former teacher, Beth lives in rural North Carolina with her husband and dog. Currently, she is working on a new science fiction title for self publication and two forthcoming novels for Penguin/Razorbill.

Beth is represented by Merrilee Heifetz at Writers House.

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