Where Science Ends and Magic Begins: C. D. Bell’s YA Thriller Trilogy Continues with CHIMERA: A Weregirl Novel.

Where Science Ends and Magic Begins: C. D. Bell’s YA Thriller Trilogy Continues with CHIMERA: A Weregirl Novel.

Paranormal YA Thriller Trilogy Depicts a Universe where Science and Magic are Equally Powerful

Move over, Stephen Hawking and Richard Dawkins—there’s a new scientific order. And this time, a mother-and-daughter team of werewolf scientists are in charge.

CHIMERA: A Weregirl Novel by C. D. Bell [Chooseco Publishing] is the highly anticipated YA paranormal thriller sequel in the Weregirl Trilogy and a must-read this fall, on shelves November 1, 2017. Weregirl, the first of the trilogy, presented the origin story of Nessa Kurland, a high school junior focused on winning a college scholarship for cross-country running... until a dangerous late-night encounter with a trapped wolf in the woods renders her transformed: not just into a more competitive runner, but into a WEREGIRL learning to transform with the moon and use her powers to combat evil in her small town. In Bell’s follow-up novel, CHIMERA, Nessa is stronger and has more control over her transformations, but there’s more at stake than just the moon cycles.

Nessa’s world is disrupted by catastrophe striking her hometown of Tether, Michigan, breaking her family apart. Nessa’s mother is taken away by the FBI and the charges are deadly serious: she’s held without bail and declared a threat to Homeland Security. Vivian’s secret past as a leading scientific researcher brings Nessa to discover there is more to her own story than she ever imagined.

CHIMERA poses critical questions about the ethics of scientific experimentation, as scientists toe the line between innovation and disaster in the quest to control and shape the world we live in. At once, the forces of magic, science, and nature converge to set in motion the first battle of an epic war... with Nessa at the heart of it.

But don’t dismay, werewolf lovers! Bell’s sequel promises more wolves, more shifters, a forest full of enchantment, and an all-around supernatural adrenaline rush.

Filled with romance, tragedy, perseverance, and adventure, CHIMERA: A Weregirl Novel is a breathtaking continuation of the Weregirl saga, proving to be THE not-to-be-missed YA novel of the fall season. Crafted by a team of feminist writers who passionately believe that girls are just as good as boys (if not better!) at pretty much everything.

Weregirl, the first in the series, will also be available in audiobook on November 1, 2017 thanks to a partnership between Chooseco and Audible.

For more about the Weregirl Trilogy and CHIMERA: A Novel, visit http://www.weregirl.com.

About Chooseco 
Founded in 2003, Chooseco publishes the Choose Your Own Adventure series and WEREGIRL. Widely commended for its appeal to reluctant readers, the Choose Your Own Adventure series is the 4th bestselling book series of all time, with more than 270 million copies sold in over 40 languages. Each story is written from a second-person point of view, with the reader assuming the role of the protagonist and making choices that determine the main character’s actions in response to the plot and its outcome. Find out more at http://www.cyoa.com.

About C. D. Bell 
When she's not biking the streets of Brooklyn, NY, you can find C. D. Bell writing in a decrepit RV clinging to the side of a hill in upstate New York, trying to teach herself to watercolor, or inventing her own recipes. She is a voracious reader of anything and everything fantasy, supernatural, or romance. And she swears that the monsters she often writes about are not real—at least she hopes not. 
Created by a talented team of six female writers and inspired by the “writer’s room” of television, C. D. Bell is a Chooseco author pseudonym developed with teen author Cathleen Davitt Bell, who has written I Remember You [Knopf 2015], among other novels for young adults.

To find out more about Chooseco, please contact Elizabeth Adelman at weregirl@chooseco.com or by telephone at 802-496-2598.