THEIR TIME TO GO Synophis Reveal

Hello! My early 2014 Young Adult novel is entitled THEIR TIME TO GO. At the moment, it’s my favourite book that I’ve written– it quite dark, has sad parts as well as happy parts to it, raises questions that makes you think, and it eerie. It just has a ‘feel’ to it, and I loves it SO much. The release date will be revealed soon!

Anyway, I’m looking forward to sharing it with you, and- finally- here is the synopsis:

When sixteen-year-old Tiffany Winters strolls past Willowtree Care Home for the Elderly, she notices that something isn’t right. There is just a certain ‘feel’ to the place. After she quizzes her Mum, she discovers that her great-grandfather lived and died there, and she wants to know more about him and the Home– but things are never that simple.
Willowtree has been taken over by a new management team that nobody knows anything about, there are no records or memories of her late grandfather, and there is a mysterious boy on the loose.
Together, Tiffany and the elderly must piece together what they know to build the full puzzle, and only then will they be able to solve the mystery behind the the Care Home and her great-grandfather.
But the only way to do so?
Wander into a secret warehouse that leads into another world full of ghosts, secrets, and rows upon rows of suitcases…

The first in a new series, THEIR TIME TO GO is an eerie novel that is full of the unexpected. It is due to be released in early 2014.

If you like the sound of this book, and wish to support it, you can now add it on Goodreads at the following link, as well as Joshua J. Johnson’s other books:

http://www.goodreads.com/author/list/6936619.Joshua_J_Johnson

Joshua J. Johnson is the author of the children’s book, BONES ON THE SURFACE (October 26th, 2013), and the Young Adult novels, THE SWEET LIFE (December 14th, 2013) and THEIR TIME TO GO (2014).

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