Class has three YA companion books coming for the Doctor Who spinoff, written by three different authors.
Class has yet to air on BBC America, but the highly anticipated Doctor Who spinoff series is already getting companion novels to go with the series. The first YA novel is titled Class: The Stone House and is written by A.K. Benedict. The book will be released March 7, 2017.
Don’t go near the house, whatever you do. It wants the lonely, the lost, the vulnerable. It wants you.
Tanya keeps having bad dreams about the old stone house around the corner from Coal Hill School—and a girl trapped there, screaming and terrified. When Tanya and her friends go to investigate the strange house covered in cobwebs, they stumble onto their own worst nightmares come to life. Their individual horrors are led by a ghost without a face. A ghost that Tanya’s friend Ram himself described on an urban legend site. A ghost he had invented…
In spite of the danger, Tanya is determined to free the mysterious girl in the house. But they are running out of time—the house is scheduled for demolition. With the help of their teacher Miss Quill, Tanya and three other kids prepare to fight their nightmares, and whatever other monsters they hear scuttling around in the walls. But how can they fight against monsters that are supposed to exist only in their dreams?
Here are the other two books coming out later:
Joyride by Guy Adams
Poppy is a quiet girl till she steals a car and drives it through a shop window.
Max is a nice guy, but then he kills his whole family. Just for fun.
Amar always seems so happy, but why is he trying to jump to his death from the school roof?
Some of the students of Coal Hill are not themselves. Some of them are dying. Ram has just woken up in a body he doesn’t recognise and if he doesn’t figure out why he may be next.
What She Does Next Will Astound You by James Goss
“We want your stunts, your dares, your whatevs. There is only one rule. There is no such thing as oversharing.”
At Coal Hill School, things have started getting public. Kids have become obsessed with a website that demands you perform risky stunts, or tell it your most painful secrets. And Seraphin, everyone’s favourite vlogger, wants you to get involved. All in the name of charity.
At first, people just get hurt. Then their lives are ruined. Finally, they disappear.
As April’s fragile group of friends starts to fracture, she decides she’s going to uncover the truth behind this site herself. Whatever it takes, whoever she hurts, April’s going to win. But then, to her horror, she wakes up and finds her whole world’s change.
What she does next will astound you.