Live via Zoom:
Tuesday, September 7, 7:30 PM ET
Book Launch: Zachary Sergi presents Major Detours: A Choices Novel
In conversation with Jessica Goodman and Julia Rubin
Writer of Interactive Fiction Zachary Sergi invites you to choose your path forward at this virtual launch event for Major Detours! This mystical interactive YA novel follows friends Amelia, Chase, Cleo, and Logan on the first leg of their road trip inspired by the unique tarot deck that Amelia inherited from her grandmother. Their trip full of bonding, sightseeing, and visiting occult shops takes a major detour as the friends discover that their tarot deck is more valuable—and coveted—than they could've ever imagined. As the friends race to finish this mystical scavenger-hunt across the West Coast and uncover the mysteries of their tarot deck, it is you who will decide where to go next and how the story will end. With four possible romantic endings, you will get to make actual choices to further the friends’ road trip adventure in this unique reading experience. New York Times bestselling YA author Jessica Goodman (They Wish They Were Us; They’ll Never Catch Us) and Vox Editorial Director Julia Rubin join Sergi for a book launch talk on tarot, road trips, and writing!
Greenlight is delighted to partner with Zachary Sergi to offer signed copies of Major Detours! If you would like a signed and/or personalized copy, you MUST enter your request in the Order Comments section of Checkout. Zachary will be signing on Friday 9/17 and personalized requests can be placed up until 9/16.
Choose your path forward in this mystical interactive YA about the powers of friendship, self-discovery, and tarot.
"I had so much fun reading this novel that, the second I was done with it the first time, I jumped back to the beginning and started reading it again. With Major Detours, Zachary Sergi has put a fresh spin on the age-old question of whether we choose our own adventures, or whether our adventures choose us. This rollicking road trip will keep you guessing until the very last page."—Grant Ginder, author of The People We Hate at the Wedding