3 Reasons To Read…The Great Unknowable End by Kathryn Ormsbee

3 Reasons to Read...The Great Unknowable End by Kathryn Ormsbee

So many books come out each week that it makes it hard to decide what to read. We want to make that a little bit easier on you by sharing our favorite releases from the week and telling you our top 3 reasons why we think you’ll love them too!

This week our selection is The Great Unknowable End by Kathryn Ormsbee. Are you ready to hear more about this book and its author? Here we go…

3 Reasons To Read…The Great Unknowable End by Kathryn OrmsbeeThe Great Unknowable End by Kathryn Ormsbee
Published by Simon Pulse on 2/19/2019
Genres: Sci-Fi
Pages: 384
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Slater, Kansas is a small town where not much seems to happen.

Stella dreams of being a space engineer. After Stella's mom dies by suicide and her brother runs off to Red Sun, the local hippie commune, Stella is forced to bring her dreams down to Earth to care for her sister Jill.

Galliard has only ever known life inside Red Sun. There, people accept his tics, his Tourette's. But when he’s denied Red Sun's resident artist role he believed he was destined for, he starts to imagine a life beyond the gates of the compound...

The day Stella and Galliard meet, there is something in the air in their small town. Literally. So begins weeks of pink lightning, blood red rain, unexplained storms... And a countdown clock appears mysteriously above the town hall. With time ticking down to some great, unknowable end they’ll each have to make a choice.

If this is really the end of the world, who do they want to be when they face it?

3 Reasons You Should Read…

The Great Unknowable End by Kathryn Ormsbee

  • Tash Hearts Tolstoy is one of our favorite books, so of course we couldn’t wait to get our ::grabby hands:: on Kathryn Ormsbee’s latest title.
  • The Great Unknowable End deals with so many issues–Tourette’s, caring for relatives, the loss of a parent, being disappointed–all in an authentic way, and we love that.
  • The setting is awesome. All the music references and the 70s music vibe make this worth reading.

About Kathryn Ormsbee

Kathryn Ormsbee

Kathryn Ormsbee writes books & songs in Nashville, TN. Her debut YA, LUCKY FEW, published June 2016 with Simon & Schuster. Her next YA, TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY, comes out June 6, 2017.Kathryn also writes Middle Grade fantasy novels as K.E. Ormsbee. She is the author of THE WATER AND THE WILD series and the upcoming standalone THE HOUSE IN POPLAR WOOD (Chronicle Books, 2018).In her wild, early years, Kathryn taught English as a Foreign Language, interned with a film society, and did a lot of irresponsible road tripping. Nowadays, she teaches piano lessons, records a weekly true crime podcast with her sister, and runs races she never wins. She likes clothes from the 60s, music from the 70s, and movies from the 80s. She is from the 90s.

The Great Unknowable End by Kathryn Ormsbee

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