Chewy Noh: The Series
The first four books are now out and ready to read. Join the already many readers who have loved Chewy and the trouble he gets into.
Chewy Noh has problems. He was born with them. Two weeks after his birth, the family fortune-teller saw bad things in his future…and she was right. The school bully hates him and will stop at nothing to get rid of him. His mother suddenly can’t get out of bed, complaining of horrible headaches. And worst of all, the secret his grandmother is hiding may be at the root of it all. But why should he worry? He’s a superhero with a power no one’s ever seen before!
Chewy Noh has many problems. Besides his mom becoming a mu-dang—a Korean fortune-teller possessed by his dead grandmother who can read minds—the school bully, Kent, is still on the warpath to get Chewy kicked out of school. With his secret ability to win at everything, none of this bothers him until he starts disappearing for no reason while a mysterious force attacks his fellow students, and he must scramble to figure out what’s going on before he becomes its next and final victim.
Chewy Noh should be happy. He has a best friend like no other and by using his secret abilities, has found a way to connect Korea and America forever to keep him.
Unfortunately, none of this matters after Death’s messenger comes to tell him that he has one week left to live!
Knowing his death is coming soon, Chewy scrambles to figure out a way to avoid it, but every direction he turns seems to lead him further and further away from his goal—a dead body, a missing person, and at the heart of it, the secret that started that it all.
You’ve never heard of Chewy Noh? Well, at first, when he came, we thought nothing of him. He did well on tests, but so what? Even after his mom got sick, nobody paid attention. That is until the great gym fire.
Afterwards, no one could say for sure it was because of Chewy, but we all thought it. And then kids started getting sick. And the school bully went missing. And finally, a body turned up in his house—his mom’s! The strangest thing of all was he was nowhere to be found.
Making his way back to the past, Chewy has a lot to do–the most important of which is making sure the horrible future he came from doesn’t happen. In order to do that, he needs to change his cousin’s thinking, avoid the death dodger Tong Pangsak, and make sure his grandmother, mom, and best friend don’t die. There’s only one catch: time doesn’t like repetition. It doesn’t like two of the same thing at once.
Slowly, Chewy’s mind begins to detonate on top of confidence. Everywhere he turns things get worse–his death dodger friend from the future doesn’t trust him, his grandfather seems broken, and the school bully is stricken with the same time disease he is.
If he doesn’t find a way to stop it, the horrible side-effects of traveling through time will slowly erase him. But as he digs further and further into his family’s past, he begins to see that changing things isn’t that easy. In fact, it’s down right impossible.