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Friday, September 30, 2016

A Snippet from Lord of Shadows

Cassie posted this snippet from Lord of Shadows yesterday and it features Aegisdea's beautiful art:

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs / Book Review

By: Ransom Riggs
Publisher: Quirk
Release Date: July 7, 2011
Series: Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children #1
Source: Purchased
Order: publisher | amazon | Barnes and Noble | IndieBound | Book Depository
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Rating: 4 out of 5 stars - this is one perfectly spooky, suspenseful read

Synopsis: A mysterious island. An abandoned orphanage. A strange collection of curious photographs.

A horrific family tragedy sets sixteen-year-old Jacob journeying to a remote island off the coast of Wales, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores its abandoned bedrooms and hallways, it becomes clear that the children were more than just peculiar. They may have been dangerous. They may have been quarantined on a deserted island for good reason. And somehow—impossible though it seems—they may still be alive.

A spine-tingling fantasy illustrated with haunting vintage photography, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children will delight adults, teens, and anyone who relishes an adventure in the shadows.

I don't know about you, but I am sooooo late to this party! And I do regret it. What a wonderful, magical, suspense-filled tale.

The story starts off with a grandfather's wild tales of being sent to an island by his family during the Nazi invasion of Poland in World War II. Tales that the narrator, his grandson, grows too old to believe. These are wild stories about levitating girls, scary, twins, a dog with a face of a boy. Are these stories true? As the adults in his life won't believe him, Jacob dives into the mystery his grandfather left behind.

Jacob's voice is so very genuine from the wonder-filled child who listens attentively to his grandfather's fantastic tale to the questioning teen who realized his grandfather's memory may be plagued with dementia. When he stumbles upon a box filled with photos of the very people his grandfather described, he rationalizes them as tricks of photographic illusion. A quick aside to say that these photographs are included in the story and they are very much real (read about that in this New York Times article). The tension is well developed not just with the mystery, but also with a secondary plot that I won't mention because it's much more fun to discover it for yourself as you read.

The ending will leave you anxious for the next volume, which mercifully has already been released. In fact, the series is complete, and this makes it a perfect binge read for the spookiest month of all -- October. Pick up a pumpkin spice drink of choice and dive into a perfectly creepy mystery.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

LAST SEEN LEAVING by Caleb Roehrig / Book Review

By: Caleb Roehrig
Published by: Fierce Reads
To Be Released on: October 4th, 2016
Pre-Order from: the Publisher | Amazon | B&N
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I received a signed arc from the publisher at BEA

Flynn's girlfriend has disappeared. How can he uncover her secrets without revealing his own?

Flynn's girlfriend, January, is missing. The cops are asking questions he can't answer, and her friends are telling stories that don't add up. All eyes are on Flynn—as January's boyfriend, he must know something.

But Flynn has a secret of his own. And as he struggles to uncover the truth about January's disappearance, he must also face the truth about himself.

Last Seen Leaving is a mix of self discovery, as much as it is a mystery. There are so many themes within this book that will make it relatable on so many different levels for a wide range of readers. Mixed into Flynn's self journey, and the mystery surrounding his girlfriend's disappearance are friendship, love, romance, speaking up, and a lot of the unexpected. 

Mixed into the mystery behind his girlfriend's disappearance, is Flynn's own self journey. Flynn is a character I rooted for from the beginning. I wanted to see him happy, and be happy. Especially with himself, and who he is. The more he searches for clues in January's disappearance, the more self assured he becomes. Without giving away any spoilers, I was so happy with who Flynn was by the end of this book. There's so much I want to talk about, about his character, but it ties into part of this book's secrets and twists. 

There are a lot of topics in this book that Roehrig incorporates into Flynn's story. There's a dark side to this story that made me sick to my stomach, yet had me cheering Flynn on for all he stood for (for the sake of spoilers, I won't say what all that is). While I may not have loved all the aspects of this story, I loved Flynn's journey in discovering who he really is. I loved the support he received from his family, and the happiness he finally found. I admired his strength and courage, and not backing down. Flynn is definitely one of those unlikely heroes you're glad you met. He makes you realize there's still a lot of great people that exist in a world of disgusting individuals. He is definitely one of those respectable guys you'd want as a friend. 

I'm not sure who I loved more in this book, Flynn or his parents. One of the things I love seeing in YA books, are the role of parents. I think all too often parents aren't as present, but that's not the case with Last Seen Leaving. I seriously love Flynn's parents. They not only stand up for their son, they gave him the love, support and assurances he needs. In fact, his parents play a bigger role than I some of the other supporting characters in this book. Trust me, you'll love them. 

Sometimes I wish characters were real, so that I could hug them. Like Flynn's mom. One thing I loved about this story is his mother. All I can say is page 167... There's a scene on this page (at least it's page 167 in the arc) where she just wraps her arms about her son and just hugs him, and tells him how much she loves him. Now this scene may not seem that significant, but when you read the book you'll know why it is. Her gesture is of so many unspoken things, and being a mom myself, I just loved it. Her reaction is what my reaction would be. Her hug isn't just one of reassurance to her son, who just shared a secret he's kept locked inside for a long time, it's also a reminder of her unconditional love to her son, and that no matter what, she's there for him and loves him for him.

I had a very hard time liking Flynn's girlfriend. But there's a lot more to her than meets the eye. As Roehrig slowly peels back the layers to her story, you'll realize that your first impressions of her may not be all that accurate. It was interesting seeing all the different sides of her. The more Flynn digs, and uncovers the secrets behind what happened to her, the more readers start to see what was really going on in her life. It's interesting how many dark secrets are uncovered in this book. 

Another character I liked was Kaz. Oh my word, he brought some of the humor to this darker toned plot line. He's the characters that's self assured, and isn't deterred by anything. I may have laughed at a scene that involves him, Flynn, and a phone in a car. 

This book read like a TV show, and it was great! Roehrig's writing made it easy for me to visualize the characters, and all that was going on. Sure some things were predictable, but there's a lot to this story that I didn't see coming. If this was Roehrig's debut, I can only imagine how good his next book will be. I'm really looking forward to reading it.

* There are mentions of drugs, sex, and rape. This book also has a lot of language, which may not be suitable for younger readers.

Banned Books Week #BannedBooksWeek

Here on Mundie Moms we are HUGE supporters of celebrating Banned Books Week. Normally we post through out the week about our love of supporting banned books. Since the seasonal plague has hit my household over the last two weeks, I realized this week is almost over, and I've yet to make a post about Fighting For Your Right To Read, aka Banned Book Week. 

Let's be honest for a moment, it's pretty sad that we live in a world where we even have to celebrate a week like this. With all the stuff that's happening through out the world, including our own country, books are needed now more than ever. They're need to provide security, a safe haven from all that's going on. More importantly than that, books are needed to allow every reader that they are not alone. They're not alone in their beliefs, in who they are, in who they want to be, and where and what they want to do in life. 

Books are empowering. Reading in empowering. Knowledge is empowering. 

Books inspire, and motivate. They allow our imaginations to take root and grow. They remind of us the importance of who we are as readers, and as people. Books allow us to visit incredible worlds, and meet amazing characters. They remind us we're not alone. Books give celebration to life, when at times it's hard to find something worth celebrating. 

Books allow, and should allow, and need to allow, people from all different walks a life, to have a voice. To be seen. To be represented. To be heard. Everyone deserves that right. But it seems that all too often those very books are needed, are the ones that get banned. 

Books SAVE lives. If you don't believe me, ask the numerous authors who receive letters from their fans who say otherwise. For example, a few years ago when Ellen Hopkins was in Austin, she shared letters she received from readers of various ages, who told her about the horrid things they each had experienced, and how her books saved them. I don't think there was a dry eye in that room after she read parts of the many letters she brought with her. Ellen Hopkins's books, which by the way are BANNED in many areas, SAVED lives of her readers! As have many other authors's books. 

No one has the right to ban a book. If you don't like a book, don't read it. If you don't want your children to read a certain book, don't have them read it. But do NOT take away someone else's right to read. Don't take away someone else's right to identify with a book. No one should have the power to ban something that everyone has the right to read. 

If you're curious which books made the list of the most banned books in the US, check it out here. Also check out this post, which is seen below, here

Texas Teen BooK Festival is this SATURDAY 10/1/16 #TTBF

The Texas Teen Book Festival is happening THIS WEEKEND! Book People put together this handy check list for this weekend's event:

This year's line up is AWESOME! Check out the full lineup and details for this Saturday's FREE event, here, as well as below! I look forward to seeing some of you there!


For the first year ever, the TTBF will be partnering with Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and Penguin Teen for a special screening of The Outsiders on September 30 at 6:30 p.m. at the South Lamar location to kick off the festival. Penguin authors Sabaa TahirDavid Arnold, and Renée Ahdieh will join the exclusive event for a Q&A prior to the screening with Sarah Pitre from Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and Forever YA to talk about The Outsiders, a seminal work of the YA genre, and its special spot in their hearts as writers for a young adult audience. Tickets for the screening are $25 and are available here

The jam-packed festival day will begin at 8 a.m. and features panels, keynotes, and events, including: 
      10:15 a.m. – Official Welcome and Mindy Kaling Q&A at RCC Gym
      Moderator: Sarah Pitre
      11:30 a.m. – Panel: Just Like Old Times at RCC Gym
      Featuring Renée Ahdieh, Roshani Chokshi, Sarah Porter, Sabaa Tahir, Laini Taylor
      11:30 a.m. – Panel: Can You Keep a Secret? at Mabee Ballroom
      Featuring Carrie Jones, Adriana Mather, Caleb Roehrig, Sherri L. Smith, Maggie Thrash
      11:30 a.m. – Badgerdog Poetry Workshop at Fleck Hall Room 305 
      12:30 p.m. – Texas Throwdown Game Show at RCC Gym
      Featuring Sabaa Tahir, Rene S. Perez II, David Arnold, Caleb Roehrig, E.K. Johnston, and Jeffery Self
      1:15 p.m. – Costume Contest Judging at Fierce Reads Photo Ops Booth
      1:30 p.m. – Keynote Speaker Laini Taylor and Announcement of Writing Contest Winners at RCC Gym
      2:30 p.m. – Panel: Hiding in Plain Sight at RCC Gym
      Featuring Leigh Bardugo, Ally Carter, A.J. Hartley, Morgan Rhodes, and Billy Taylor
      2:30 p.m. – Panel: Pieces of Me at Mabee Ballroom
      Featuring Paula Garner, Joe Jiménez, Isabel Quintero, Jeffery Self
      2:30 p.m. – Panel: Where Loyalties Lie at Jones Auditorium
      Featuring Shaun David Hutchinson, Guadalupe Garcia McCall, Rene S. Perez II, Jeff Zentner
      2:30 p.m. – Badgerdog Poetry Workshop at Fleck Hall Room 305
      3:30 p.m. – Panel: What the Heart Wants at RCC Gym
      Featuring David Arnold, Brendan Kelly, Samantha Mabry, Kenneth Oppel, Mary E. Pearson
      3:30 p.m. – Panel: With Great Power… at Mabee Balroom
      Featuring Kendare Blake, Katherine Catmull, Traci Chee, C.C. Hunter, E.K. Johnston
      4:30 p.m. – Closing Note Speaker Leigh Bardugo and Announcement of Fierce Reads Costume Contest at RCC Gym

In addition to panels and workshops throughout the day, the festival will feature a writing workshop hosted by Barrio Writers at 3:30 p.m., a creative writing program that provides free college level writing workshops to teenagers in underserved communities. Additionally, the TTBF is thrilled to add four new authors to the previously-announced lineup: Guadalupe Garcia McCall, author of Shame the Stars; Joe Jiménez, author of BloodlineRene S. Perez II, author of Seeing Off the Johns; and Isabel Quintero, author of the award-winning Gabi, a Girl in Pieces and recipient of the first annual Barrio Writers Featured Author Sponsorship and Tomás Rivera Book Award.

TTBF is presented in collaboration with the Texas Book Festival, BookPeople, a dedicated team of librarians, and venue sponsor St. Edward’s University. The program is made possible in part by a grant from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

TTBF remains free and open to the public thanks to generous donors, sponsors, and dozens of committed volunteers. For more information, please and keep up with announcements at, and on Twitter and Instagram@TXTeenBookFest.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

THE LOVELY RECKLESS by Kami Garcia / Blog Tour: Book Review / Author Interview

Hello and welcome to today's stop for THE LOVELY RECKLESS blog tour. I am so thrilled to not only share my review of what I think is Kami Garcia's best book yet, I have an interview with Kami to share as well. First, here's a little bit about her upcoming release:


By: Kami Garcia
Published by: Fierce Reads
To Be Released on: October 4th, 2016
Purchase from: Amazon 
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Rating: 5 stars - I LOVED It!
I received an arc from the publisher at BEA

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Kami Garcia, a contemporary romance full of loss, love and redemption…
Seventeen year-old Frankie Devereux would do anything to forget the past. Haunted by the memory of her boyfriend’s death, she lives her life by one dangerous rule: nothing matters. At least, that’s what Frankie tells herself after a reckless mistake forces her to leave her privileged life in the Heights to move in with her dad―an undercover cop. She transfers to public school in the Downs, where fistfights in the halls don’t faze anyone and illegal street racing is more popular than football.

Marco Leone is the fastest street racer in the Downs. Tough, sexy, and hypnotic, he makes it impossible for Frankie to ignore him . . . and how he makes her feel. But the risks Marco takes for his family could have devastating consequences for them both. When Frankie discovers his secret, she has to make a choice. Will she let the pain of the past determine her future? Or will she risk what little she has left to follow her heart?

Your own heart will race with each page turn of this heart-stopping star-crossed love story.

A thrilling, fast paced, action packed read. The Lovely Reckless wrecked me, and in a good way. I still haven't recovered from it. My emotions were all over the place. Garcia had my adrenaline rushing, my heart pounding, and she effortlessly made me fall in love with two incredible characters. I was not excepting to be so addicted to this book, it's characters, and all that happens in this story. 

The Lovely Reckless was not what I was excepting it to be, and I loved it. This book was full of surprises. I loved every moment I spent reading it. I'm not a huge contemporary fan, but similar to what I love about Katie McGarry's realistic contemporary books, Kami Garcia gave me in this book. I love how realistic Garcia's characters are written. She made me understand them, their decisions, and sympathize with the choices they made. My word I couldn't read this book fast enough to find out what happens between Marco and Frankie, and their friends. It's been awhile since I really yearned for everything to work out between two characters, even when the odds are stacked against them. 

Marco and Frankie are something special. These two just fit together. They have a relationship that made sense, even if it didn't make sense to them, and a chemistry that ignites the pages. They also saw each other for who they really were. No pretending, no hiding from their pasts. Just the here and now, and hopefully a future together. Together, they give each other strength, a need to want to be better, and hope. I loved how they made each other stronger. More importantly, I love how these two learned to save themselves, while saving each other. These two have very similar strengths and weaknesses. They will do anything for those they love, even if that means they do so with little regard for what's at stake for themselves. 

All the book feels to this book! I rarely fall in love with contemporary, but my word, when I do, I want to shout to all the readers in a bookstore than they need to pick up this book. Garcia created realistic characters who needed a voice, and allowed me to love them for who each of them was. It didn't matter what side of the town they lived on, or what their upbringing was like. Garcia didn't just tell Frankie and Marco's story, she made me feel as though I was actually watching their story come to life.
 I felt every range of emotion in this book, and fell in love with not just Frankie and Marco, but those characters who are apart of their lives as well.

Garcia has found her niche in writing! The Lovely Reckless is my new favorite Kami Garcia book. This book is her best book yet. I love the realistic, gritty way Garcia wrote this story. I love the diversity of it, the realism of it, and I loved being apart of Frankie and Marco's journey. What's not to love about a book that has street racing, romance, and an element to danger to it? Trust me, this book is so much more than that. What a thrill ride of a read! I look forward to reading more stories like from Garcia. 

*There is some language, violence and a sensual scene, which may not be suitable for younger readers.


“As exciting as a high-stakes drag race with a hero hotter than a red-lined engine, The Lovely Reckless is a thrill ride without compare! You’ll fall in love with sexy bad-boy Marco and root for the daring heroine Frankie as they fight to be together against all odds. The Lovely Reckless is a bold and original love story sure to delight readers everywhere." 
―Kresley Cole, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Arcana Chronicles.

"Sexy, fast-paced, and action-packed―this is Kami Garcia like you’ve never seen her before.” 
―Tahereh Mafi, New York Times bestselling author of Shatter Me

"Kami Garcia turns up the heat with The Lovely Reckless! The Fast and the Furious meets Romeo and Juliet, with a romance guaranteed to get your pulse racing.”
 ―Carrie Ryan, New York Times bestselling author of The Forest of Hands and Teeth


Hi Kami! Welcome back to Mundie Moms. To keep with the racing theme in The Lovely Reckless, today's interview questions are a "speed" round of questions.

If you could race any car, what kind of car would you race? 

Agent 47 Mustang Harbinger 

Which was more fun to write, the racing scenes or the kissy scenes? 

Both. But writing racing scenes is definitely fun! 

If you could be friends with any of your characters, who would you have been friends with in school? 


What's a page # of one of your favorite scenes from the book? 

Page 135 

What is one thing you never leave the house without? 


Favorite article of clothing? 

My black All Saints leather jacket

What is one must have item you need when writing? 
Noise cancelling headphones 

Title of one of the books sitting on your night stand? 
The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles 

Favorite kind of coke product?
Diet Coke 

You know I have to ask this, which is your favorite Supernatural season? 

Season 4 when Dean comes back from hell

Since you're hitting the road soon for your tour (she's coming to AUSTIN), what's one thing you always take with when you're away from home? 

A necklace laden with good luck charms for when I fly 


 Kami Garcia is the #1 New York Times, USA Today & international bestselling coauthor of the Beautiful Creatures and Dangerous Creatures novels. Kami’s solo series, The Legion, includes the instant New York Times bestseller UNBREAKABLE, and the sequel UNMARKED. Her forthcoming YA contemporary romance THE LOVELY RECKLESS releases on October 4, 2016, followed by THE X-FILESORIGINS: AGENT OF CHAOS, a novel about a teenage Fox Mulder, in January 2017, both from Imprint (Macmillan).

Kami was a teacher for seventeen years before co-authoring her first novel on a dare from seven of her students. If she isn’t busy watching Supernatural, Kami can teach you how to escape from a pair of handcuffs or bake a Coca-Cola cake. She lives in Maryland with her family, and their dogs Spike and Oz (named after characters from Buffy the Vampire Slayer). Visit Kami at and on Twitter and Instagram @kamigarcia.
Kami's Website:



September 27 
Lost in Literature Blog (Blog Review + Insta Feature and ARC giveaway) 
- Mara @bookmarauder (Instagram Review + Feature) 
 - My, My Shelf and I Blog (Review & 25 things you don't know about Kami)
September 28 
- Mundie Moms (Review + Interview) 
- Bookworm Boutique Blog (Review + BookTag) 
September 29 
- Vilma's Book Blog (Review) 
- Page Turners Blog (Review)
September 30 
- Benjamin of Tomes (YouTube Review) 
- Once Upon a Twilight (Review and Interview)
October 1 
- Courtney @LibraryCutie (Review and Instagram Feature) 
- Schmexy Girl (Review)
October 2
- Nose Stuck in Book Blog (Review + Interview)
October 3 
- Taylor @Taylorreads (Instagram feature + review) 
- Ursula @Ursula_Uriarte (Instagram review and feature)
October 4
- Oh The Book Feels Blog (Review + Insta feature)
October 5
- Supernatural Snark Blog (Interview)
October 6 
- Hikari @foldedpagesdistillery (Insta feature and review)
October 7 
- Jenuine Cupcakes Blog (Review)
October 8
- Caden @athousandbookstoreads (YouTube booktag + Insta feature)
October 9
- Evie @eviebookish (Review) 
- Reading Teen Blog (ARC Giveaway)
October 10
- YA Bibliophile Blog (Review) 
- Casey @caseyannbooks (Insta feature)
October 11
- Fangirlish (Review) 
- Young Adult Book Addict (Review + Insta feature) 
- Supernatural Snark Blog (Review) 

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

THE QUEEN OF BLOOD by Sarah Beth Durst / Blog Tour: Book Review / Giveaway

Hello and welcome to the next stop in THE QUEEN OF BLOOD, blog tour. Today's stop features a giveaway, along with my review. First, here's a little bit about Sarah Beth Durst's newest release:


By: Sarah Beth Durst

Published by: Harper Voyager
Released on: September 20th, 2016
Series: The Queens of Renthia #1
Purchase from: Amazon | B&N
Add it to Goodreads 
I received a copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review

Filled with political intrigue, violent magic, and malevolent spirits, Sarah Beth Durst’s mesmerizing entry into adult fantasy is sure to capture the imaginations of anyone who reads it.

Everything has a spirit: the willow tree with leaves that kiss the pond, the stream that feeds the river, the wind that exhales fresh snow… But these are not sweet, frolicking nature sprites. The spirits that reside within this land want to kill all humans. Only a few women have the power to command and control the spirits. These women become queens—or die trying. Without a queen, humans will die at the hands and teeth of hostile spirits. But with an unstable queen, no one and nothing is safe. 

Born during the reign of a paranoid and bloodthirsty queen, Daleina is determined to become queen and right the wrongs in her land. Ven is a disgraced champion, a man whose life has been destroyed by the queen. Hating her cruelty, he wants to replace her with a queen of his own. He chooses an overlooked student at one of the academies: Daleina. Together, they must find the strength and skill to stand against both enemies and friends, before their beloved land is bathed in blood.


The first book in a new, adult series by Sarah Beth Durst, The Queen of Blood has all the elements you'd except in a Durst fantasy. Rich world building, intriguing elements, interesting characters, danger, brutal magic battles and a few surprising twists. 

The world of Renthia is intriguing at best, and brutal at it's worst. Ruled by a Queen who binds herself to the spirits who control the elements (Air and Earth spirits control the elements, Ice spirits control the seasons etc), this world is full of magic, violence, and power. Controlling the spirits takes a lot of power, and effort, and is not something that's usually accomplished for a long period of time. By nature, the spirits want to create as much as they want to destroy. One of the things they seek to eliminate are the humans. Since Queens don't live to an old age, the land of Renthia trains select young woman who are prepared to be an heir to the Queen.

Dalenia, whom is a child when the book first starts, and is nineteen by the end, is a character we see grow from a young child with a hidden power, into a women who not only learns to harness her incredible gift/power to control the spirits. She's also been selected to train as one of the possible heirs to the Queen. What I loved about Dalenia, is her quiet strength, her kindness, who willingness to do whatever is necessary to learn to harness her power in order to protect those she loves, and her home. She's not someone who is hardened by the brutality of the world she lives in. What makes this unlikely heroine  relatable, is that she is someone who has to work harder than most. She's not always the best at what she does, but she doesn't give up. She trains hard, stays true to herself, and doesn't stray from what she wants. She doesn't need to prove herself to anyone, but herself. Her determination is fierce and unwavering. 

Written from a muliti-character point of view, Durst allows readers to not only see the story from different angels, and get an in-depth look into the world of Renthia, readers get a clearer understanding of the characters, their intertwined history, and their motives. Normally I'm not a fan of narrations written this way, but it worked great for this story. This story is detailed, layered, and complex. When I found myself not connecting with certain characters in the story, something that usually makes me lose interest in a book, I was still very invested with the story itself and all that was going on. 

There is a lot going on in this story. Sometimes that was a great advance to the story, and kept me invested in reading it, and at other times it felt like it was too much, and it make the story drag. However, this is the first book in a series, and there is a lot that is set up in this book. There's a lot of history that is covered in the story. That ending definitely made up for the parts I felt lagged. I was not excepting that ending what so ever at all. Overall, this is a good read, and I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this series.

* Since we are primarily a YA book review site, I do want to mention that this book's targeted reading audience is adult


Sarah Beth Durst is the author of ten fantasy novels for adults, teens, and children, including THE LOST, VESSEL, and THE GIRL WHO COULD NOT DREAM. She was awarded the 2013 Mythopoeic Fantasy Award and has been a finalist for SFWA’s Andre Norton Award three times. She is a graduate of Princeton University, where she spent four years studying English, writing about dragons, and wondering what the campus gargoyles would say if they could talk. Sarah lives in Stony Brook, New York, with her husband and children. Visit her


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