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False Brother, Real Secret

• An original standalone aboutartificial intelligence
• A text that tackles the topic of bullying at high school
• A novel with wide appeal, about ambiguous friendships between boys and girls

Olivier Gay
False Brother, Real Secret
Type
Young Adult
Word count
60000
All rights available

Léa’s new adopted brother seems way too gifted to be only human… and to remain unnoticed

 

- formerly entitled THE BOY WHO RAN TOO FAST -

One night, Léa’s father tells her something that will change her life. A couple of friends have passed away, and their sixteen-year-old son, Mike, is coming to live with them. He will sleep in the bedroom next to hers, share her bathroom, and attend her high school!

Her father also asks Léa to let him know about any «strange» behavior... Now she’s a babysitter at high school. In other words, her peaceful life is over. Mike is extremely gifted – he runs faster than an Olympic sprinter and can solve university level mathematical theorems. As a result, he attracts the attention of those Léa has always struggled to avoid, and now the class bullies are going to make their life hell.

Léa will confront a barrage of problems. But she is also determined to uncover all the secrets of this too talented «brother»…

 

ALL RIGHTS AVAILABLE

• An original standalone aboutartificial intelligence
• A text that tackles the topic of bullying at high school
• A novel with wide appeal, about ambiguous friendships between boys and girls

About the author

Olivier Gay
Olivier Gay, born in Grenoble in 1979, is a French writer of crime, fantasy and horror novels, for both adults and young adults, and a fervent admirer of David Gemmell and George R.R. Martin.