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The daynight series has been optioned by film production company Pathbender.

“Sure to win over YA readers looking for a dangerous, dystopian adventure story” –Kirkus Reviews

“Gripping young adult dystopian novel; compelling conflicts; high stakes; powerful narrative; surprises keep coming; strong writing; page-turner; engaging characters; Readers will be hungry for the sequels.”–BlueInk Review (starred review)

“Thomason’s description of Thera’s totalitarianism will make fans of Brave New World shiver… SCI, her fantasy corporation, has disturbing parallels to actual companies and regimes that claim to do good while harming people… The author deftly appeals to both romance-loving teens as well as those intrigued by young adults fighting the establishment.”–Foreword Clarion Review, 4 stars

Meet The Second Chance Institute (SCI): Earth’s benevolent non-profit by day, Thera’s totalitarian regime by night. Their motto: Because Everyone Deserves a Second Chance at Life(TM). Reality: the SCI subjects Second Chancers to strict controls and politically motivated science experiments like Cleaving–forced lifetime union between two people who have sex. Punishment for disobeying SCI edicts? Immediate Exile or death.

Meet Kira Donovan. Fiercely loyal, overly optimistic, and ensnared by the promise of a full-ride college scholarship, Kira signs the SCI Recruit contract to escape memories of a tragedy that left her boyfriend and friends dead.

Meet Blake Sundry. Bitter about being raised in Exile and his mother’s death, Blake’s been trained to infiltrate and destroy the SCI. Current barrier to success? His Recruit partner–Miss Goody Two Shoes Kira Donovan.

Meet Ethan Darcton. Born with a defective heart and resulting inferiority complex, Ethan’s forced to do his SCI elite family’s bidding. Cleave-worthy Kira Donovan catches his eye, but the presiding powers give defect-free Blake Sundry first dibs.

Full of competing agendas, romantic entanglements, humor, twists and turns, daynight is Megan Thomason’s debut young adult dystopian novel and first in the daynight series.

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“The writing is impressive and the story is a real page-turner. So many twists and turns… I’m hooked… I can’t wait for the next installment to come out…4.5 out of 5 stars”–Self-Publishing Review

The plot was finely done. It was steady, tidy, and pretty much perfect. I have a feeling this will be one of my favorite 2013 reads, and can’t recommend it enough.”–Lust for Storiesblog, 5 stars

“SHE WRITES LIKE THERE’S NO TOMORROW. daynight is definitely a must read. It’s the right combination of romance in a dystopia setting written wonderfully in a well-paced, mindblowing story.”–Sab The Book Eater blog, 5 stars

“The story line in Daynight is different than any other novel out there, refreshingly so. The characters are original and you fall for all of them. The ending will leave you down on your knees begging for more.”–Castles in the Air Books blog, 5 stars

“daynight is a book for all Dystopian fans. I have never read a world that was created so smoothly and put together. I mean right from the opening line you are hooked.”–A Diary of a Book Addict blog, 5 stars

“Gorgeous gem of a book… Daynight went from motivation to obsession in three chapters. This book is enthralling, captivating and I just want to devour and then savor everything about it. All three narrators are perfect and beautiful and interesting.”–Rattle the Stars blog, 5 stars

“Whether viewed as a modern parable or a thrill ride, Daynight was the most compelling and intense book I’ve read since Free Souls by Susan Kaye Quinn. I like books with intrigue and puzzles to solve, and daynight provided plenty.”–Sher A Hart: Written Art blog, 5 stars

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