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Trevayne, Emma

Entry updated 12 September 2022. Tagged: Author.

(?   -    ) US author whose work is restricted to works for younger child and for the Young Adult market, beginning with the Coda sequence comprising Coda (2013) and Chorus (2014), set in a Near Future Dystopia; the young protagonist, armed with Music, subverts the tyranny in charge in time to save the world from dysfunction. Perhaps more interestingly, Flights and Chimes and Mysterious Times (2014), is a Steampunk tale set in an Alternate World version of Victorian London here called Londinium, threatened (and illumined) by clockwork dragons; fairytale elements infuse the young protagonist's attempts to avoid adoption by the ominous Lady in charge. The Accidental Afterlife of Thomas Marsden (2015) is a fantasy featuring Doppelgangers and revenants in a haunted version of London. [JC]

Emma Trevayne





  • Coda (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Running Press Teens, 2013) [Coda: pb/Rob Williams]
  • Chorus (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Running Press Teens, 2014) [Coda: pb/]


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