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I Am Margaret (iPad/Nook)

  • "Great style... like The Hunger Games."  

Eoin Colfer, author of Artemis Fowl
  • "Great style... like The Hunger Games."  

Eoin Colfer, author of Artemis Fowl

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"Great style... like The Hunger Games."  

Eoin Colfer, author of Artemis Fowl

I Am Margaret by Corinna Turner

A future dystopian thriller retelling the story of St. Margaret Clitherow. In Margo’s world, belief is a crime and the imperfect are “sorted” out of the general population when they are 18 to be “recycled” by the medical industry. Margo’s a Believer, so when she fails Sorting, she stays silent to protect her family. Bane, her unbelieving boyfriend, vows to rescue her -- he knows not how. But when Margo has an unexpected chance to take on the system, the stakes get even higher. Now she has to escape, or face the worst punishment of all: Conscious Dismantlement.

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Praise for I Am Margaret:

An intelligent, well-written and enjoyable debut from
a young writer with a bright future.
author of The Soterion Mission

This book invaded my dreams.

Margaret, Bane, Jon and the Major have stayed with me
long since I finished reading about them.

A wonderful and gripping book, and frightening too!
I'm profoundly impressed.

One of the best Christian fiction books I have read.
CAT CAIRD, blogger, ‘Sunshine Lenses’

A very good read—I stayed up too late reading the next chapter,
then the next...!

I AM MARGARET was awarded the ‘Seal of Approval’ by the
Catholic Writers Guild in November 2014.

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  1. Intense story 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Aug 2015

    I am half way through this INTENSE book!! What parallels to today's society! The characters strong Catholicism is encouraging.