“Chaos on CatNet is deliciously readable, fully as fast-paced and heartfelt as its predecessor.”— New York Times
“This book is perfect.”— New York Times Book Review on Catfishing on CatNet
It takes an AI to catch an AI in Chaos on CatNet, the follow-up to Naomi Kritzer's award-winning near future YA thriller.
When a mysterious entity starts hacking into social networks and chat rooms to instigate paranoia and violence in the real world, it’s up to Steph and her new friend, Nell, to find a way to stop it—with the help of their benevolent AI friend, CheshireCat.
Praise for Catfishing on CatNet
A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice/Staff Pick
A Kirkus Reviews Best Book
A Junior Library Guild Selection
An Edgar Award Winner for Best Young Adult Novel
A Minnesota Book Award Winner for Best Young Adult Novel
An Andre Norton Nebula Award Finalist
An ITW Thriller Award for Best YA Novel Nominee
A Lodestar Award Winner for Best Young Adult Book
Midwest Connections Pick (Midwest Independent Booksellers Association)
“A first-rate YA novel.”—Locus Magazine
“Positive, realistic LGBTQIA+ representation—especially nonbinary identities. Wickedly funny and thrilling in turns; perfect for readers coming-of-age online.”—Kirkus (starred review)
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Action and emotion!
Exciting follow-up exploring the world of queer teens struggling to make their way amid sentient AIs amid family drama. Along the way Kritzer envisions a Minneapolis where George Floyd’s killing led to real change.