Carolyn Cohagan on The BookPeople Podcast!

CarolynCohagan_WebThis week on The BookPeople Podcast we’ve got YA superstar and local author, Carolyn Cohagan. She stopped by BookPeople earlier this month to read from and sign the finale to her beloved Time Zero Trilogy, Time’s Up. Listen along here and be sure to snag a signed copy of Time’s Up while we’ve got ’em!

About the book: Could you commit murder to save the people you love?
Full of heart-stopping suspense and jaw-dropping twists, the conclusion to the Time Zero trilogy is finally here. Mina’s fears are realized when she and Juda are forced to return to Manhattan. Worse, they have orders to assassinate their Divine Leader, Uncle Ruho. Can they go through with the murder? If they don’t, their nemesis Ram has sworn to bomb the island into oblivion. In this riveting finale to the Time Zero saga, Mina has to decide how far she’s willing to go to save her friends, her people, and her true self.


About the Author: Carolyn Cohagan has an extensive theater background. She has performed stand-up and one-woman shows at festivals around the world from Adelaide to Edinburgh. Her first novel, The Lost Children (Simon & Schuster, 2010), became part of the Scholastic Book Club in 2011 and was nominated for the 2014 Massachusetts Children’s Book Award. After two decades of living in New York and Los Angeles, she returned to her hometown of Austin, TX, to found the creative writing organization Girls With Pens, which is dedicated to fostering individual voices and offbeat imaginations.

Be sure to join us back here next week with another installment of The BookPeople Podcast and check out other episodes of the podcast on our Soundcloud page.

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