Our world is about to change in ways we can barely imagine. Killer T is a novel about growing up in that world.
Robert Muchamore's books have sold over 15 million copies worldwide, have been translated into 24 languages, and have been number one bestsellers in eight countries including the UK, France, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. Worldwide English language sales exceed 7 million copies, with 3 million copies sold in the UK alone. For more information about Robert and his books, go to www.muchamore.com.
Killer T is a compelling read as Charlie and Harry are battered by
the tumultuous reality of a genetically modified world * Armadillo
One of my favourite elements in the Killer T story telling was that the story jumped through time periods. When you met back up with the characters it made the changes in their lives and the world more dramatic * Dyslexic Reader *
I believe you should read this book with all eyes open, and your brain read to take it in. It definitely needs some time to gather all the information. Particularly because of how truthful it seems * Kira Curtis *
Charlie and Harry form a symbiosis of true love that has to stand the test of time and misunderstandings. Harry's persistence and Charlie's brilliance make the novel gritty rather than touching, and actually make you feel like you are experiencing life with them. What more could I ask from a novel? * The Cosy Dragon *
The intriguing concept and high-stakes action will keep readers turning the pages, whether they're already die-hard Muchamore fans or newcomers. This is a book difficult to put down * Irish Times *
with elements of post-apocalyptic bleakness, especially towards the end, this pacey and compelling thriller features smart, capable protagonists and a premise, at times, frighteningly believable * Inis Reading Guide *
It's a fast-paced dystopian epic, which has a bit of violence and sex in it - teens love that, and it teaches them empathy * Guardian Teachers *
A pulsating rollercoaster read * Daily Express *