Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds: The First Official Stranger Things Novel
The first official Stranger things novel --Jacket.
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|Library of Congress
||Science fiction Science fiction, Horror fiction Horror fiction, Conspiracies Conspiracies, Human experimentation in medicine Human experimentation in medicine, FICTION / Science Fiction / Adventure FICTION / Science Fiction / Adventure
||Crime, Thriller & Adventure
Description of this Book
Set before the events of Stranger Things, this prequel novel follows Eleven's mother and her time as a test subject in the MKUltra program.
Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings
||You're left hungry for more, but in the best way possible, as the book manages the balancing act between interconnected prequel and standalone story. --Cinelinx Suspicious Minds is the prequel story that fans have been waiting for. --Kirkus Reviews Highly recommended for those readers interested in expanding their knowledge of the Stranger Things' universe, this book is also a dark and captivating story that will stick in the readers' minds even if they are not fans of the franchise. --The Unseen Library
Gwenda Bond writes YA and children's fiction, among other things. Her novels include the Lois Lane series (Fallout, Double Down, Triple Threat), which brings the iconic comic book character front and center, and the Cirque American series (Girl on a Wire, Girl Over Paris, Girl in the Shadows), about daredevil heroines who discover magic and mystery lurking under the big top. She and her husband, Christopher Rowe, also co-write a middle-grade series, The Supernormal Sleuthing Service. Bond's nonfiction writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Publishers Weekly, Locus, and many other publications. She has an MFA in writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. She lives in a hundred-year-old house in Lexington, Kentucky, with her husband and their unruly pets. There are rumors she escaped from a screwball comedy, and she might have a journalism degree because of her childhood love of Lois Lane.