Quarter Finalist for The BookLife Prize in Young Adult fiction
“Cross Harry Potter and the gang at Hogwart’s with the gifted mutants at the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning from X-Men, and you get something like The Night People…This entertaining science fiction book for young adults addresses themes of loneliness, bullying, acceptance, and first love…The narrative also includes light touches of humor that its young audience will appreciate…” BlueInk Review
“A supernatural tale with engaging characters and psychic powers…Alexander builds a solid foundation for his psychic-teen tale by concentrating on his fictional universe’s more relatable qualities…a fine setup for a sequel.” Kirkus Reviews
“Alexander’s novel will have fans of horror and sci-fi squirming in their seats with both enjoyment and fear…the plot rapidly unfolds, hooking readers and not letting go…Alexander’s prose is clear, concise, and beautifully eloquent during the most nightmarish scenes…deftly provides creative backstories for each of the major players, which helps readers engage with them.” The BookLife Prize
“Compelling…a rare offering that successfully merges hard-driving action and arresting insight.” Foreword Clarion Reviews
The Night People, creatures from a parallel dimension, have individually preyed on human beings for centuries.
Now it’s only a matter of time until millions of them arrive and wipe out all life on Earth. Sixteen-year-old Kyle Tanner and a small group of uniquely gifted teenagers may be able to stop them before it’s too late. But someone–or something–is determined to kill them first.