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Born in Manhattan and raised in Hong Kong, Andrew Fukuda is half-Chinese, half-Japanese. After earning a bachelor’s degree in history, Fukuda worked in Manhattan’s Chinatown with the immigrant teen community then, before becoming a full-time writer, was a criminal prosecutor for seven years. He currently lives on Long Island, New York, with his family. Visit www.andrewfukuda.com for more information and to read Andrew’s blog.
The Trap is the third and final instalment in Andrew Fukuda's heart-stopping trilogy that began with The Hunt and The Prey. Featuring 17 year old Gene - a lone human survivor who against all odds has managed to survive in a horrifying world where his peers (including his family) have been eaten to near extinction by the general population. Packed with terror, tension and plot twists that pounce on the reader at every corner, this trilogy conclusion is an ambitious, cleverly told story that will ensure fans will be on tenterhooks right through until the final denouement. For those excited by the sound of this finale in the trilogy, we urge you to read all three.
If you're on the hunt for an original plot that's thought-provoking and chilling then The Hunt will be just up your street. Gene is human in a world where they've been made extinct other than those held in an Institute. For 17 years he's managed to keep all usual human emotions well hidden from those around him but now having been selected to go on the once a decade hunt of humankind he must somehow learn the art of the hunt but also elude his fellow competitors whose suspicions about what he really is grow. Praise has been heaped on this debut by the author of the Vampire Academy series among others for its brilliantly original theme.