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Ann Aguirre

USA flag (b.1970)

aka A A Aguirre, Ellen Connor, Ava Gray

Ann Aguirre is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author with a degree in English Literature; before she began writing full time, she was a clown, a clerk, a voice actress, and a savior of stray kittens, not necessarily in that order. She grew up in a yellow house across from a cornfield, but now she lives in sunny Mexico with her husband, children, and various pets. She likes all kinds of books, emo music, action movies and Doctor Who. She writes all kind of fiction in multiple genres, both YA and for adults.

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Science Fiction, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Mystery, Young Adult Romance
Ann Aguirre recommends
Mind Games (2010)
(Disillusionists, book 1)
Carolyn Crane
"A delicious, unforgettable delight... Crane with deft and evocative flair, creating a fantasy-noir world touched with comic book cool."
His Darkest Embrace (2010)
(Jaguar Warrior, book 2)
Juliana Stone
"A steamy paranormal treat. Juliana Stone rocks!"
Rebel (2010)
(Blades of the Rose, book 3)
Zoë Archer
"The action explodes on page one and the pace never lets up. You're gonna love The Blades of the Rose."
Sanctuary Redeemed (2011)
(Red Rock Pass )
Moira Rogers
"...Moira Rogers rocks the paranormal world with sexy heroes and strong heroines."
The Shadow Reader (2011)
(McKenzie Lewis, book 1)
Sandy Williams
"Don't miss this splendid debut."
Kept (2012)
(Coveted, book 2)
Shawntelle Madison
"If you like your urban fantasy original, quirky, and offbeat, this is the series for you. Natalya is the craziest heroine since Carolyn Crane's Justine Jones, and you will love her just as much."
The Winner's Curse (2014)
(Winner's Trilogy, book 1)
Marie Rutkoski
"The Winner's Curse is breathtaking, a lyrical triumph in YA fantasy. Marie Rutkoski writes with tremendous power and has created an epic of fearless beauty. This book should not be missed."
Song of Blood & Stone (2015)
(Earthsinger Chronicles, book 1)
L Penelope
"Great characters, beautiful writing, incredible world building."
Court of Fives (2015)
(Court of Fives, book 1)
Kate Elliott
"Haunting. Epic. Impassioned. Layered. Breathtaking. This isn't just a novel; it is a coup d'état of the soul. Prepare to be ravished by Kate Elliott's Court of Fives."
Dread Nation (2018)
(Dread Nation, book 1)
Justina Ireland
"Dread Nation is everything I love—it’s beautiful, unflinching, lyrical, tender, and vividly imagined. Don’t miss this book!"
By Fire Above (2018)
(Signal Airship, book 2)
Robyn Bennis
"Marvelous, witty, and action-packed!."
Ruse (2019)
(Want, book 2)
Cindy Pon
"You will not find a more plausible or terrifying dystopian future, and if you've always wanted to visit Taipei, this book is a first-class ticket."
Salvaged (2019)
Madeleine Roux
"Salvaged is riveting and brutal, a study in scars. The masterful writing and bittersweet beauty of these characters will haunt you long after you finish reading."

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