Disharmony: The Telling Book 1
A limited number of signed copies are available at Talomin Books
By Dr Leah Giarratano B.A. (Hons.), M.Psych., D.Psych.
The Telling rockets into the air and explodes like fireworks.
Jennifer Peterson-Ward, The West Australian, 7 August 2012
Disharmony's unique and compelling plot ties together the completely different lives of two teenagers destined for greatness, expertly capturing the essence of action, suspense and magic, all in a modern setting
Read Lucymarie's full review at Read Plus, 10 August 2012
Giarratano has tried her hand at something very, very different for her YA debut and the result is incredibly interesting... One of those enjoyable, appealing reads that had me seriously thinking, trying to figure out bits that we haven't been told yet.
Read the full review at 1 girl 2 many books, 23 May 2012
Giarratano has written a dark and twisted new series that's wholly unique and has the potential for great longevity.
Read Danielle's full review at Alpha Reader, 23 May 2012
I have high hopes for this new series and I think book 1 has given us a glimpse of what is to come. I can't wait...I've definitely found myself another author I want to be keeping tabs on.
Read Melissa's full review at Spellbound by Books, 18 May 2012
I really can't wait to see what else Leah Giarratano has in store for us!
Read Emma's full review at The Book Barbies, 12 May 2012
Morgan Moreau was a truly terrible mother. An absolute witch. Literally. And although she spent decades trying to breed the right mix, there were only three children she ever wanted – Luke, Samantha and Jake, known in secret circles by other names: the Psychopath, the Empath and the Genius. But these secrets also extend to the siblings – they’ve never heard these names; hell, they’ve never even heard of each other, and they have no idea what makes them so special. But they’ll have to learn fast. Because from a gypsy camp in Bucharest, a juvenile lock-up in Sydney and a castle in Geneva, these teenagers are about to face Yakuza assassins, a homicidal gypsy king, brutal wardens and a voodoo warrior. And they’re only their mortal foe.
A gripping new series about a collision of worlds, the power of destiny, and the darkness in us all .
This book contains 345 pages. Published by Penguin Australia May 2012. Book size is 130 x 200 mm (Paperback). The subject is Children's/ Young Adult Fiction.
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ISBN 978-0-14356-568-0 (Softcover)
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