Deception. Risk. Betrayal. Redemption. Master storyteller Scott Westerfeld is at the top of his game, and back to his most famous realm. A New York Times bestseller.
Frey and Rafi are inseparable . . . two edges of the same knife. But Frey's very existence is a secret.
Frey is Rafi's twin sister-and her body double. Their powerful father has many enemies, and the world has grown dangerous as the old order falls apart. So while Rafi was raised to be the perfect daughter, Frey has been taught to kill. Her only purpose is to protect her sister, to sacrifice herself for Rafi if she must.
When her father sends Frey in Rafi's place as collateral in a precarious deal, she becomes the perfect impostor-as poised and charming as her sister. But Col, the son of a rival leader, is getting close enough to spot the killer inside her. As the deal starts to crumble, Frey must decide if she can trust him with the truth . . . and if she can risk becoming her own person.
With Impostors, master storyteller Scott Westerfeld returns with a new series set in the world of his mega-bestselling Uglies.
About the Author
Scott Westerfeld is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Uglies series, which has been translated into 35 languages; the Leviathan series; Afterworlds; Horizon; and many other books for young readers. He was born in Texas and alternates summers between Sydney, Australia and New York City.
Praise for Impostors:
"Fans of the original quartet will be delighted to see how much the world of Tally Youngblood has grown and expanded. . . . Even if readers aren't familiar with the original series, they'll still enjoy this well-placed novel from start to finish. . . Westerfeld's many, many fans will line up for this return to the world of his uberpopular Uglies." -- Booklist
"Although set in the world of Uglies (2005), this work is accessible as an entry point. Impressive, immaculately plotted sci fi chock full of twists." -- Kirkus Reviews
"Themes such as environmental conservation and individual freedom deepen the story right up to its explosive finale, which will leave readers looking forward to the next installment." -- Publishers' Weekly