M. K. England is a youth services librarian who grew up in Florida and is now based in the mountains of Central Virginia. Before becoming a librarian, M. K. was a bookstore clerk, a teaching assistant, and an experimental music composer. She is an active presenter at local and national conferences, and you can find out more at www.mkengland.com.
This laugh-out-loud sci-fi action-adventure will leave readers wanting more. -- School Library Journal If humankind requires saving, then this is the crew to do it. -- Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books Much to recommend: nonstop cinematic action, strong feminist messages, and great diversity of characters. -- ALA Booklist An action-packed, entertaining blend of space hijinks, humor, and romance. -- <em>Kirkus Reviews</em> An explosion of edge-of-your-seat twists and high-stakes danger that leaves you glued to the page and rooting for these lovable misfits. I wanted a snarky romp across the galaxy, and M.K. England delivered with the force of a supernova. -- Ashley Poston, author of <em>Geekerella </em>and <em>Heart of Iron</em> A clever, cosmic thrill ride packed with nonstop action and starring a motley crew that won me over from page one. Just too much fun! -- <em>Mackenzi Lee</em>, New York Times bestselling author of <em>A Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue</em> Wildly entertaining and crackling with chemistry. Nax and his crew will crash land in your heart and leave you filled with laughter and hope. -- Kerri Maniscalco, #1 <em>New York Times</em> bestselling author of <em>Escaping from Houdini</em> A BLAST from start to finish! Absurd levels of fun, fantastic pacing, and lovable authentic characters bring this rollicking adventure to life. Looking for a book you can't put down? Pick up The Disasters. Mission accomplished. -- Katherine Locke, author of <em>The Girl with the Red Balloon</em> (2018 Sydney Taylor Honor Book)