GONE WILD is literally that, as the teenagers go wild as the biggest reality television show the UK has ever seen, Rock War TV, goes to live shows! Who will win now the final six bands have survived boot camp?
GONE WILD, the third book in the explosive ROCK WAR series, is released on THURSDAY 6 OCTOBER 2016 – written by number one international bestselling YA author Robert Muchamore.
GONE WILD is a loud action-packed page-turner, current for today’s modern teens who understand the process from watching The X Factor. However, the reality of the world is shown in GONE WILD as the final six bands’ real life stories blow up big time as the teens try to live, work and play in the fast lane – with only each other for support. After all, their mistakes make for great high-octane TV.
And it’s not all about the music, as the loveable characters come with all the real flaws and tribulations of teenagers as they continue to live in the uber-glamorous Rock War Manor. Jay’s hunk of a brother Theo can’t stay out of trouble (or out of hand-cuffs); and Summer’s true feelings for Jay unfold – can their relationship stay secret in the Manor? And the outsider Dylan starts to investigate vote rigging and corruption in the competition... is Rock War all too good to be true?
With the final live show on Christmas Eve – who will win the main prize…..?
Robert Muchamore’s unique style, popularity and genius for creating engaging characters based in reality – perfected in his daring CHERUB novels – continues in GONE WILD, which works as a stand alone read or part of the cutting edge and topical ROCK WAR series.
In October, Robert will be at the Bath Literary Festival and will be giving talks and Q&As in schools – including his old school Acland Burghley in North London, where he was definitely not a star pupil!
With the final chapters of GONE WILD set on Christmas Eve, this is a perfect Christmas present for all teenagers!
Publisher: Hodder Children’s Books Publication date: Thursday 6 October 2016 Age: 12 years + ISBN: 9781444914597 Price: £9.99 Format: Hardback
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