C. Alexander London

10 Hedgehogs Who Want You To Read PROXY Now


It's pretty simple. Kirkus Reviews said about Proxy: “Whipping Boy + Blade Runner with a sprinkling of The Hunger Games (plus, of course, a dash of A Tale of Two Cities) = a treat for teen SF fans." Marie Lu, bestselling author of the Legend trilogy said: “Put down what you’re doing and read this book. Right now. The complex characters, intricate world, and blistering pace are off-the-charts amazing.” But don't take their word on it. 

These hedgehogs want you to buy Proxy and as we know from the internet, hedgehog opinions are the only ones that matter.



This little guy reads Proxy every night before bed. If it's good enough for him, why not you, huh? You think you're better than him? 


This guy thinks Proxy makes the perfect Christmas gift. He has excellent taste.


He's got his traveling hat on. He'll drive you to the library. He just really wants you to read the book. 

You read Proxy yet? It's fine. He'll just wait right here while you do.


Ahhh! It's just such an exciting book, he can't contain his joy! And that ending!! This is not your typical dystopian novel. 


He put a flower in his quills to show you how important it is for you to read Proxy. Yes "HE". Flowers aren't just for girl hedgehogs. We are not putting hedgehogs into gender conforming stereotypes here. Just like the characters in Proxy actually. They may not be hedgehogs, but they define themselves in their own ways too.


If you buy Proxy from your local independent bookstore, you can have a marshmallow.


It would make him so happy if you read Proxy. He'd give you little hedgehog tongue kisses.


He broke his tiny little leg! It hurts! You know what would make him feel better? If you bought Proxy right now.



This little guy is so small and vulnerable. It's tough world out there for a hedgehog. You know what would help him grow up big and strong? If you read Proxy. 

Hedgehogs and Books

You are a sick, sick man. I love it!


This is blackmail (even though I already read Proxy).

Re: Blackmail!

Yep, it sure is! Fuzzy, Adorable Blackmail!