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Sky Pony (2018-05-22)
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RIDE ON

by Cole, Gwen

Out in the future Wild, where the sun doesn't shine and outlaws and cowboys rule, two teens ride, one from his past and the other for her family.

In the near post-apocalyptic future, the skies are always gray and people are constantly searching for the sun. For teenage outlaw Seph, it's the only world he's ever known. With his horse, his favorite pistol, and his knowledge for survival passed down from his dead father, Seph knows it's safer to be alone. But after a run-in with a local gang that call themselves the Lawmen, and having been wrongly accused of murder, Seph teams up with Avery - a determined girl whose twin brother has been taken by the same gang.

After living in a small, rundown town her whole life, Avery knows nothing of the Wild - the lands controlled by nobody where travel is risky. With Seph's help, they track down her brother but quickly find the tables have turned and they are now the ones being hunted. With rumors of mysterious dangers to the south and a safe sanctuary to the west, they've only got one option, but getting there won't be easy with the Lawmen on their trail. The only thing that matters in the Wild is how fast your trigger hand is, but Seph doesn't know if his will be fast enough to save them all.

"A poignant and heartfelt journey." - Wendy Higgins, New York Times bestselling author of the Sweet Evil series, on Cold Summer


Gwen Cole grew up in upstate New York and then moved to Virginia where she did not graduate college. Instead she played bass guitar in a hardcore band and later married the lead guitarist. She enjoys large jigsaw puzzles, playing Xbox, and watching movies. Gwen now lives in Richmond with her husband, daughter, and very large dog, but she longs to live in the country again.

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A brutal saga . . . Amid the chaos, a tender romance begins to spark, shedding a much-needed beam of hope onto the ruthless landscape. A starkly violent Western with surprising turns of tenderness.

Review: Kirkus

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