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Susan Dennard

USA flag (b.1984)

Susan Dennard is a writer turned marine biologist turned writer again. Something Strange and Deadly is her debut novel. Among the traits she shares with her heroine Eleanor are a weakness for Shakespeare quotes, a healthy appetite for baked goods, and an insatiable curiosity. Sadly, Susan does not get to wear a corset or wave a parasol on a daily basis

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy
Susan Dennard recommends
The Wolf of Winterthorne (2016)
(Scandalous Secrets, book 4)
Tracy Goodwin
"Every time I read one of Tracy Goodwin's beautifully written novels, her words & unforgettable characters steal a little piece of my heart. Her books are exquisite & totally addictive."
Onyx and Ivory (2018)
(Rime Chronicles, book 1)
Mindee Arnett
"At once fresh, at once classic, Onyx and Ivory is a page-turning blend of monsters, magic, and romance."
The Brink of Darkness (2018)
(Edge of Everything, book 2)
Jeff Giles
"This series is a must-read for fantasy fans everywhere."
The Art of Losing (2019)
Lizzy Mason
"With prose that taps into the highest of highs and lowest of lows, The Art of Losing shows exactly what it means to have a sister, to be a sister, and--the scariest of all--to possibly lose a sister. As a big sister myself, this story rang so true."
Rebel Spy (2020)
Veronica Rossi
"With lush prose, rich historical detail, and a heroine that explodes off the page, Rebel Spy is a true feat of fiction. Rossi does more than tell the story of a forgotten American hero: she reminds us how much women have driven the course of history--and how many of them we have forgotten. I could not put this book down."
Muse (2021)
(Muse , book 1)
Brittany Cavallaro
"With glittering gaslight and science laced with magic, Muse will keep you up all hours with its twisty plot and feisty heroine. Friendship, romance, and mystery abound!"
The Ivory Key (2022)
(Ivory Key Duology, book 1)
Akshaya Raman
"The Ivory Key has everything I want most in fantasy. It has a world so vivid and developed, I could taste the food and feel the magic weapons in my hand. It has flawed, developed characters I rooted for and cried beside. And it has a quest steeped in lore and mystery. Akshaya Raman is a new master of the genre to watch for."

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