Press & Reviews

Reviews for More of Me

Brilliant, weird and crackling with teenage energy, Teva’s story will stay with you long after you finish the final page. Kathryn Evans’ mind is clearly a very interesting place. I LOVED it. More of this. Amazon reviewer.



  • Sophia – ‘This book was brilliant! Blew me away… So much had gone into it I literally could not stop reading! Thank you!’

  • Brodie, age 13 – ‘This book was absolutely impeccable. Evans really out did herself, from the interesting plot to the individual details, everything is pieced together to make an absolutely fabulous book.’

  • Lucie Harrison – ‘I absolutely loved More of Me! It was so unique…with an unpredictable plot which had me hooked all the way through.’

  • Humaira Kauser, age 17 – ‘Original, Enthralling and hard to put down.’

  • Amelia Corrick-Gough, age 14 – ‘This book is one of my favourites. What if I was Teva? What would it be like to have no future, to never see my friends again? I bonded with them like no others because of their poor quality of life…I won’t forget this book anytime soon!’


Lancashire Evening Post

A brilliant page-turner from a talented new writer…

The Book Bag

A powerful page-turner based on what is likely to be one of the most original concepts of 2016. A must-read for teens and adults alike.


The last time I cried this much was after All The Bright Places…Guys, keep your eyes peeled for this book!

Serendipity Reviews:

There is nothing like this on the YA market. I love this book! Already a firm favourite with me and will definitely be one of the most talked about debuts of 2016.

Tanya Landman, Carnegie Medal Winner 2015:

Very weird and very wonderful. What a debut!

Teri Terry, author of the Slated series:

Weird, wonderful and utterly fabulous, I read this is one big gulp. I loved it!

The Bookseller:

A gripping thriller with a sinister sci-fi edge, exploring family, identity and sacrifice.

Mary Hoffman, author of the Stravaganza series:

An attention grabbing debut which kept me surprised right up to the end.

Tamsyn  Murray, author of My So-Called Afterlife:

A super-smart, standout read that takes a pinch of sci-fi, a dash of romance and a hefty dose of tension and mixes them all up in a contemporary test tube. It grabbed me from the first page and didn’t let go!

Bryony Pearce, author of Phoenix Rising:

A tense, thought-provoking  thriller about the (quite literal) pain of growing up. What is really wrong with Teva? I couldn’t put this novel down!