Hello everyone! We are so happy and excited to announce the tour schedule for The Ones We’re Meant to Find by Joan He.
Pages & Plots – Promo Post
Belle’s Archive – Review
Discover Elysian – Top 5 Reasons to Read The Ones We’re Meant to Find
MahkJchi’s Not-So-Secret Books – Review
Kait Plus Books – Interview
Stuck in Fiction – Promo Post
Moonlight Rendezvous – Review & Favourite Quotes
We Write at Dawn – Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read The Ones We’re Meant to Find
The Paper Reels – Review & Favourite Quotes
Justice For Readers – Interview
Yna the Mood Reader – Review & Favourite Quotes
An Ode to Fiction – Favourite Quotes, Top 5 Reasons to Read The Ones We’re Meant to Find & Playlist
blithesquesttoread – Blogger’s Choice
Genre: Young Adult Science Fiction
Publishing date: May 4th, 2021
Content Warning: terminal illness, suicide, violence (including choking), death, death of parent (off page), vomiting, large scale natural disasters and mass casualties, some gore.
One of the most twisty, surprising, engaging page-turner YAs you’ll read this year—We Were Liars with sci-fi scope, Lost with a satisfying resolution.
Cee awoke on an abandoned island three years ago. With no idea of how she was marooned, she only has a rickety house, an old android, and a single memory: she has a sister, and Cee needs to find her.
STEM prodigy Kasey wants escape from the science and home she once trusted. The eco-city—Earth’s last unpolluted place—is meant to be sanctuary for those commited to planetary protection, but it’s populated by people willing to do anything for refuge, even lie. Now, she’ll have to decide if she’s ready to use science to help humanity, even though it failed the people who mattered most.
Joan He was born and raised in Philadelphia but still will, on occasion, lose her way. At a young age, she received classical instruction in oil painting before discovering that storytelling was her favorite form of expression. She studied Psychology and East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Pennsylvania and currently writes from a desk overlooking the Delaware River. Descendant of the Crane is her debut young adult fantasy.