Rights Available! High School Cyberbullying Turns Deadly in New Novel

Lindsey Lee Johnson's 'The Most Dangerous Place on Earth,' along with Kass Morgan's 'Light Years,' are both ripe for optioning.
Courtesy of Random House

The Most Dangerous Place on Earth (Random House) by Lindsey Lee Johnson
Agency: UTA

The L.A. resident's debut novel, released Jan. 10, has made every important monthly "best of" list. Set in a wealthy San Francisco suburb, this Most Dangerous Place (high school) is a digital-age Less Than Zero about a cyberbullying incident turned deadly.

Light Years (Little, Brown for Young Readers) by Kass Morgan
Agency: Alloy

The author of the best-selling four-book YA series turned hit CW drama The 100 kicks off a new franchise, due in 2018, set in an interstellar military boarding school (think Hogwarts with jetpacks instead of brooms).

This story first appeared in the Jan. 20 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.

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