Ryder Carlsson can hear the shadows whisper. And they call her name.
Olessia is a runaway with a secret so dangerous, it could destroy worlds.
When the two girls meet, an extraordinary adventure is set to begin.
In the shadowy halls of Clarendon House Ryder stumbles upon a mysterious stranger. Olessia is a girl like no one else on Earth. Powerful and hot-tempered, she is on the run, determined to escape the fate that awaits her.
But Olessia's enemies are not about to let her slip away, and they are prepared to tear our world apart to find her.
Caught up in the chaos, Ryder and her friends must fight to stay one step ahead of the terrifying, otherwordly creatures sent to destroy Olessia.
But just who is Olessia truly running from?
The whispering shadows know the answer. Is Ryder brave enough to listen?
The Extra trilogy begins right here. A SciFi Fantasy story.
'Thrilling! Creepy! The perfect YA novel. A FINALIST and highly recommended,' - The Wishing Shelf Book Awards.
The entire trilogy is available now - ExtraOrdinary, ExtraLimital and ExtraImperial.
ExtraOrdinary is set in hauntingly beautiful Tasmania, Australia, and is the first book in Danielle K Girl's gripping YA trilogy.
Debut novel a real page turner
Danielle’s debut novel portrays an Australian girl who’s ghost hunting adventures instead find a mostly congenial alien. The novel quickly spins off into fast action adventure involving Ryder, several of her friends and the alien girl. Sounds corny but it is not.
Fast action, believable characters and unexpected revelations permeate this Tasmania Australia centered story.
Well worth the read. Good luck Danielle, I will be looking for to your next book.
More may be enough but doubtful. So good was done before ready. Not fond of continuing stories but here is an exception . Thank you.
Pretty Good, Pretty Good
Great alien sci-fi book. It may be a bit slow in the beginning but it picks up by chapter 13. The summery might sound boring but the book itself is pretty good. It’s well written, the characters are well developed, the story is well developed, and it doesn’t go into outer space fantasy. It’s actual sci-fi. I spent weeks looking for a book like this. I’d love
more books by this author. Anyone who likes this book might also like Undisclosed but ExtraOrdinary is way, way better.