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Double Down

Lois Lane has settled in to her new school. She has friends, for maybe the first time in her life. She has a job that challenges her. And her friendship is growing with SmallvilleGuy, her online maybe-more-than-a-friend. But when her friend Maddy's twin collapses in a part of town she never should've been in, Lois finds herself embroiled in a dangerous mystery that brings her closer to the dirty underbelly of Metropolis.

 
ISBN978-1-63079-039-4
PublisherSwitch Press
BrandSwitch Press
Age Level14-18 Years
Reading LevelGrades 9-12
GenreRealistic Fiction
SubjectFantasy & Science Fiction, Technology
Trim Size5 1/2 x 8 1/4
Page Count384
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2017
Paperback
Price
$9.95
 


 
 

Reviews

Redbook magazine

"10 Books to Read While Waiting for Your Favorite TV Shows to Come Back If you love Supergirl, read Double Down by Gwenda Bond. Who doesn’t love a good leading lady, especially one of the crime-fighting variety? While she may not have superpowers, Lois Lane, the heroine at the center of Double Down, knows how to put bad guys in their place, just like Supergirl Kara on The CW. The book also features some correspondence with the mysterious SmallvilleGuy. Wonder what superhero hunk that could be…" - Redbook magazine

January 17, 2017

Booklist Online - Debbie Carton

"Bond maintains the rapid-fire pace, witty banter, and clever allusions that made Fallout (2015) a winner, at the same time exploring thought-provoking ethical issues through Lois’ whip-smart and sometimes socially awkward persona. Wonderful details abound, including the usage of a clippings file—a nice touch in the age of Internet research. Superhero fans wishing for a fuller backstory on Superman’s love interest will find it hard to wait for the sequel, which seems like a sure thing." - Booklist Online

June 6, 2016

 

Kirkus Reviews

"STARRED REVIEW! [Bond] fills this adventure with the Golden Age sci-fi weirdness that permeated the comic books of the 1930s and '40s. The three mysteries dovetail together nicely in the end, with a few bread crumbs leading toward the next installment. . . .In a sea of series that keep the characters status quo and rehash the same mysteries with different names and doodads, this is a godsend. A must read for comics fans and mystery enthusiasts alike." - Kirkus Reviews

March 15, 2016

Fantasy Literature

"Gwenda Bond takes everything that fans loved about that book and throws even more entertainment into its sequel, Lois Lane: Double Down. Hard-nosed investigation of nefarious dealings, sprinkled with a dash of shadowy criminals? Check...And even though I know what lies in store for Lois as an adult, even though I know who SmallvilleGuy will turn out to be, the way Bond writes their interactions is a real treat." - Fantasy Literature

May 2, 2016

 

Book Links, "Gaming and Coding Unlocked" - Kathleen McBroom

"Lois Lane, reimagined as a high-school reporter, was first introduced in Fallout (2015). In book two, Lois has finally made some real friends (previously she only had her online gaming buddy, Smallville Guy). When a friend collapses in a shady part of town, Lois is caught up in a dark, dangerous mystery." - Book Links, "Gaming and Coding Unlocked"

November 1, 2016

Awards

Superhero Novels blog

Best of 2016

December 1, 2016

Entertainment Weekly

Best YA Books of 2016, Honorable Mention

December 1, 2016

Gwenda Bond

Gwenda Bond

Gwenda Bond is the author of the young adult novels Girl on a Wire, Blackwood, and The Woken Gods. She has also written for Publishers Weekly and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications, and just might have been inspired to get a journalism degree by her childhood love of Lois Lane. She has an MFA in Writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts, and lives in a hundred-year-old house in Lexington, Kentucky, with her husband, author Christopher Rowe, and their menagerie. Visit her online at gwendabond.com or @gwenda on Twitter.

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