Gregory Scott Katsoulis is a writer, teacher, artist and goofball. He is in love with ideas and possibility. When he is not writing, he composes incidental music, enjoys taking photographs of faces, debunks bunk and confounds children by teaching them about black holes, time-travel paradoxes and the hilarious fallibility of human memory. He lives in the lovely and stimulating Cambridge, Massachusetts. You can visit his website at www.gregorykatsoulis.com for occasional thought updates.
A fantastic, red-blooded justice-struggle novel. -New York Times bestselling author Cory Doctorow A definite must for fans of the previous volume and a much-needed reminder that words really do matter -School Library Journal A powerful novel with a neatly wrapped-up conclusion. -Kirkus Reviews.. .a rich, descriptive dystopia with [an] interest in wordplay and [an] examination of language itself. -Booklist Readers will enjoy this fast-paced adventure and perhaps examine a little more closely the balance of power in the real world. -VOYA A chilling, unnerving, and timely debut novel about what it means to speak out, even in silence. -Katharine McGee, New York Times bestselling author of The Thousandth Floor on All Rights Reserved Between the clever premise and the protagonist's stand against a repressive society, Katsoulis's work is timely and will appeal to fans of Dan Wells's Bluescreen, M.T. Anderson's Feed, Cecelia Ahern's Flawed, or Scott Westerfeld's Uglies [series]. -School Library Journal on All Rights Reserved Though she doesn't speak, Speth has been given a distinctive and memorable voice by Gregory Scott Katsoulis. All Rights Reserved is both deeply troubling and utterly captivating; a must read for fans of the dystopic, and more specifically of M.T. Anderson's Feed. -Shelf Awareness on All Rights Reserved Intense... A provocative setup. -Publishers Weekly on All Rights Reserved