This YA spotlight has not one, but two debuts including a world where the powerful control the truth, and a historical fantasy all about alchemy. And don’t miss the trade paperback edition of the bestselling thriller where sixteen year old girls get sent to the woods.
HUSH by Dylan Farrow
“In Montane, where words and storytelling are literally magic, the Bards hold all the cards…Farrow deftly demonstrates the power of language and education in the hands of the elite as a means for controlling others through propaganda.”–School Library Journal
A GOLDEN FURY by Samantha Cohoe
“As the novel opens in Normandy, France, Theosebia Hope is her mother’s apprentice in the science of alchemy…A solid fantasy to flesh out the world of alchemy that most readers know only from HARRY POTTER.”–School Library Journal
THE GRACE YEAR by Kim Liggett
“A rebellious 16-year-old is sent to an isolated island for her grace year, when she must release her seductive, poisonous magic into the wild before taking her proper place as a wife and child bearer.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
HUSH by Dylan Farrow; 9781250235909; available 10/6/20.
A GOLDEN FURY by Samantha Cohoe; 9781250220400; available 10/13/20.
THE GRACE YEAR by Kim Liggett; 9781250145451; TP available 10/27/20.