About Down to Oath

You have to find yourself before you can live.”

Codi lives in the exceptionally drab town of Oath; a settlement without colour, children or personality. Sucky, right?

Oath civilians love the colour white, the smell of freshly cut grass, and playing the piano by the fire at precisely 7.11pm on a Friday night. The predictability is unbearable.

Codi can’t believe her luck when a child manifests in the library. She claims to be her former self, who resides in the unseeable town, Bond.

As Codi travels through towns, she meets three variations of herself who don’t seem to be anything like her at all.

After all, how much can you truly trust yourself?

Reviews for Down to Oath

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The title drew me to this book straight away. And the story within the pages definitely did not disappoint either!
I lvoed the idea of parallel towns/universes etc and it was brilliantly explored in this book. Teenagers upwards would definitely enjoy this book.

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Down to Oath... Great title! Oh, and I LOVED the book. It's full of fun and adventure while it makes your eyes pop up once in a while. After I started reading it, I had to stop midway. I couldn't stop thinking about the book and what is gonna happen to Codi, so I had to pick it back up again. There was so much imagination and creativity. One problem though, I don't believe in reincarnation. So that's a bit of a downer. Other than that, I highly recommend the book. Especially to teenagers

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