Everyone thinks Shannon was responsible for his best friend’s death, including Shannon.
That’s until he meets the gorgeous Ally. But she has problems of her own.
Ally’s twin brother, Felix is sick and getting sicker and nobody seems to know why.
Ally’s sure that it has something to do with her crazy scientist Uncle Killian who not only has a fixation for rats, he’s also supplying dugs to thrill seeking youths, including Felix.
Will Shannon and Ally find out the truth in time to save Felix and what will this mean for their relationship.
Rat City is a compelling read from start to finish. The stakes are high and the book is a page turning mix of science and adventure.
The reader will empathise with Ally and Shannon right from the start. The more you read, the more you care about these characters.
I got to the end of Rat City and wanted more. So I was pleased to discover that Book 2, Rise of the Rat Generation is due for release in 2017.
About the author
Ree Kimberley grew up in Melbourne and travelled Australia before living in tropical Cairns and then settling in Brisbane, in sunny Queensland. She’s always loved reading and wrote her first novel, Strike Up a Friendship with a Vampire, when she was 10 years old. Ree’s writerly obsessions include weird science and things that are bizarre, strange and a little bit gross. She also has a thing for circuses (she swears she is not scared of clowns!)
Ree says that if she wasn’t a writer, she’d love to be a teratologist (someone who studies monsters). Rat City is Ree’s first novel, and the first in a three-part series, Rat Generation.
You can find out more about Ree here.