Hello and welcome to my website.
I’m Kat Falls, author of two middle grade scifi-adventure novels, Dark Life and Rip Tide, set (mostly) in the ocean.
My new novel, Inhuman, the first book of a YA trilogy, came out in September, 2013. You can find out more about Inhuman here, read the first three chapters on www.scribd.com, or watch a short video clip of me reading an excerpt aloud here. Book 2 will be released in late 2014.
I write all of my books with my own kids’ reading preferences in mind. Meaning, I try to keep the stories fast, fun, fresh and edging over-the-top. Actually, those are my favorite kind of books too – adventures that pull me into new worlds, dangerous and beautiful.
So, click away if you want to learn more about me and my books or read excerpts, including a scene that I wrote as a bonus feature for the Dark Life audio book.
Thanks for stopping by!
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Common Sense Media Review for Inhuman: Parents need to know that Inhuman, by Dark Life author Kat Falls, is an exciting blend of fantasy and science fiction. It’s a dystopian novel that imagines a near-future United States where a viral infection causes genetic mutations, creating human-animal hybrids. . . . Falls starts off Inhuman at a brisk trot and builds nicely to a heart-pounding finish at full gallop. Her characters, both human and fantasy, are relatable and believable, with dialogue that rings true. The post-viral-apocalypse world is realistically and vividly imagined. A dramatic twist at just the right time will take readers by surprise. Suspense and peril ebb and flow at a good rate, which will keep those pages turning all the way to the big finish and satisfying ending.