Malcolm Rose’s previous novels for teenagers have combined gripping stories with subjects which invite serious moral and ethical debate amongst readers.
Malcolm Rose’s previous novels for teenagers have combined gripping stories with subjects which invite serious moral and ethical debate amongst readers. His latest is no exception, intertwining questions of medical ethics, politics and religion.
But a pioneering doctor offers to perform a revolutionary new procedure that will give Cassie a whole new face. Wayne helps Cassie through a gruesome transplant and they both hope to carry on with a 'normal' life
Malcolm Rose writes about bullying in a tale that moves from a school to a. .
Malcolm Rose writes about bullying in a tale that moves from a school to a possibly haunted wood. It’s a gripping story, well and plainly told, and will engage both boys and girls. This thriller was written well before the world’s first real face transplant ever took place. It gets off to an explosive start – and being a thriller, it pretty much maintains this fast pace all the way through the book. Through sheer pace and action alone teenage readers will not be disappointed, nor fail to be moved by i. Books for Keeps.
Nothing is ever a coincidence Malcolm Rose. After Leyton watches his house collapse into the sea as a result of climate change and rising sea levels, he is desperate to stop the environmental crisis.
Nothing is ever a coincidence. So when four bodies are discovered with horrible symptons of mercury poisoning, Troy and Lexi are determined to prove that there's a connection. He knows that all that lies between the world and complete destruction is a temperature rise of four degrees. Leyton becomes an environmental activist known as the Cooler.
Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom. Malcolm Rose was born in Coventry in 1953. Many of his books, including the Traces and Lawless and Tilley series, are mysteries or thrillers where the hero uses science to catch the criminal or terrorist.
His last book Transplant was shortlisted for the North East Book Award.
He has won the Angus Book Award twice: in 1997 for Tunnel Vision and in 2001 for Plague, which also won the Lancashire Children's Book of the Year award. His last book Transplant was shortlisted for the North East Book Award.
Malcolm Rose is an established, award-winning author, noted for his gripping crime/thriller stories - all with a solid scientific basis. He says that chemistry and writing are not so different. In one life, I mix chemicals, stew them for a while and observe the reaction.
Used availability for Malcolm Rose's Transplant.
Malcolm Rose (born 1953) is a British young adult author. He studied chemistry at the University of York. Before 1996 Malcolm was a Chemistry lecturer for the Open University and many of his books have a chemistry connection