Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue

When angels start falling from the sky, it seems like the world is ending. Smashing down to earth at extraordinary speeds, wings bent, faces contorted, not a single one has survived.

As the world goes wild for angels, Jaya’s father uproots the family to Edinburgh intent on catching one alive. But Jaya can’t stand this obsession and, still reeling from her mother’s recent death and the sudden disappearance of her ex-girlfriend, she’s determined to stay out of it.

Then something incredible happens: an angel lands right at Jaya’s feet - and it’s alive ...

Title:Out of the Blue
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781250149916
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About Sophie Cameron

Sophie Cameron is a YA author from the Black Isle, Scotland. Her first novel OUT OF THE BLUE is published by Macmillan Children's Books in the UK and Roaring Brook Press in the US. She lives in Barcelona with her wife, works as a copywriter, and spends her time reading, trying to play the banjo, and learning foreign languages.


    Out of the Blue Reviews

  • emma

    This is a book I probablydefinitely should have just written a mini-review of as soon as I finished it, but I was in a reading/writing/reviewing/blogging/life slump and I didn’t. And now here we are...

  • Stephanie

    I've heard this has a disabled bisexual MC falling for a lesbian POC character. I am so here for this! I'm disabled and bisexual and I can't actually think of a book i've read that has a disabled bise...

  • Sara

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.The angels started falling from the skies 10 days after Jaya's mother died. Determined to catch one alive, and overcome with obsession, ...

  • Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks)

    3.75 out of 5 stars!I would like to thank the publishers Pan Macmillan and the team at MyKindaBook for sending me a physical ARC in exchange for an honest review. This standalone novel was definitely ...

  • Bee (Heart Full of Books)

    Sophie Cameron's debut really is something special! I'm calling Carnegie and Waterstones Book Prize nominations for next year! It's the sort of story that's just effortlessly beautiful and sweeps you ...

  • Rachael

    ”This is why hope is dangerous: it it’s taken away, you’re left with even less than you had before.” At the risk of sounding like the kind of completely negative person I try so hard not to b...

  • Sabrina Grafenberger

    I'm really disappointed that I didn't enjoy this book as much as I'd hoped. The diversity of the characters is great (the main character is a biracial gay girl), but there are a few things that bother...

  • Valentine

    "Loss is mathematical: two-thirds less laundry, two-thirds less washing-up, two-thirds fewer footsteps thundering down the stairs. Substract music blaring through the walls. Substract eyeliner smudge...

  • Victoria

    Jaya, biracial gay and scottish, finds a fallen angel in a world where angels keep falling from the sky without anyone knowing why. But this angel, unlike others, is alive.I really really like angel b...

  • Alexis  (TheSlothReader)

    3.5 starsAs endearing as E.T. but with a Scottish- Sri Lankan lesbian MC who falls for a girl with cystic fibrosis. Also the most adorable angel ever named Teacake....