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Sean Rodman
I live and work in Victoria, British Columbia. I am the child of two anthropologists, which gave me a keen eye for observation and a bad case of wanderlust. My interest in writing for teenagers came out of working at a number of interesting schools around the world. In the Snowy Mountains of... show more
I live and work in Victoria, British Columbia. I am the child of two anthropologists, which gave me a keen eye for observation and a bad case of wanderlust. My interest in writing for teenagers came out of working at a number of interesting schools around the world. In the Snowy Mountains of Australia, I taught ancient history to future Olympic athletes. Closer to home, my family and I lived and worked with students from over 100 countries at a non-profit international school.Four of my thrillers have been published by Orca Books: Infiltration, Dead Run, Night Terrors and Final Crossing.Mostly True Facts About Me:*As the child of two anthropologists, I spent part of my childhood growing up "in the field." This meant living in a small village on the island of Ambae in the South Pacific*Bitten by the travel bug at an early age, I've travelled around the world. Highlights: volunteering in the cloud forest of Monteverde, Costa Rica; travelling up the Yangtse River by local ferryboat; hiking up an active volcano in Vanuatu.*I've worked with teenagers in some interesting schools. At a boarding school in the Snowy Mountains of Australia, I taught young skiers and snowboarders, some of whom later competed in the Winter Olympics. Unfortunately, I taught them history, not snowboarding. They have not gone on to be historians.*My first book was written at age 5. It was entitled "The Aliens of History."
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This was stupid. The story was stupid. The characters were stupid. It was all just stupid.When I picked this book up, I thought, Huh, Urban Exploration. I don't know anything about that, but it sounds fun. No, now it just sounds stupid.Bex is an idiot for following Kieran, plain and simple. You can ...
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