If Nema can’t uncover a lost boy’s true identity in time they may never escape the sticky world he designed...
When Nema and her friends discover a hidden sugar-hooked society holding lost kids, they find their perfect world in danger. The strange, sticky place hides the truth about Nema’s missing brother, and a plot to destroy the free life she knows. But only they can reverse a code to prevent a rock candy robot invasion and rescue the captives. Fail and they might never make it back home.
Moojag and the Auticode Secret is a quirky, Alice-esque cli-fi adventure for readers 10 years and over.
N.E. McMorran is a British-Cypriot autistic writer, designer and teacher who previously worked at the BBC, as researcher and photographer, taught in UK schools, and later founded and directed the Cyprus magazine publishing company AccessArts Publications Ltd. She currently volunteers with the National Autistic Society and set up the London based Spondylux Press run by autistic professionals to publish inclusive, neuorodiverse books.
The author's NAUTILUS Award winning debut novel, MOOJAG, reflects her experiences growing up and the journey to her late autism diagnosis.