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Amanda Foody

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Amanda Foody has always considered imagination to be our best attempt at magic. After spending her childhood longing to attend Hogwarts, she now loves to write about immersive settings and characters grappling with insurmountable destinies. She holds a Masters in Accountancy from Villanova University, and a Bachelors of Arts in English Literature from the College of William and Mary. Currently, she works as a tax accountant in Philadelphia, PA, surrounded by her many siblings and many books.

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy

Amanda Foody recommends
Timekeeper (2016)
(Tmekeeper Trilogy , book 1)
Tara Sim
"A dark, glimmering pearl of a tale-the echoes of the original Count of Monte Cristo add satisfying touches of familiarity, while the lush setting and enthralling characters give the story its own, vibrant flavor. I devoured this book in one sitting, and I recommend it to readers seeking girls who can cut your heart out, as well as breath-taking, perilous adventure."
The Devouring Gray (2019)
(Devouring Gray, book 1)
Christine Lynn Herman
"The Devouring Gray is an irresistible blend of unforgettable characters and spine-tingling horror. Full of witchy atmosphere; lush, detailed writing; and a trope-breaking, endearing group cast, this book will ensnare you and leave you deliciously haunted. A stunning debut."
The Forest of Stars (2020)
Heather Kassner
"Woven together with atmospheric, lyrical language, this is a sparkling tale about grief, hope, and found families. The magic of this book will touch your heart and send it soaring."
The Ivory Key (2022)
(Ivory Key Duology, book 1)
Akshaya Raman
"A vibrant fantasy world, four estranged siblings, and an action-packed quest--The Ivory Key is a richly woven adventure with a tender heart. I was completely enamored."
A Far Wilder Magic (2022)
Allison Saft
"Innovative, romantic, and intoxicating. A Far Wilder Magic is a diamond of the YA fantasy genre, with a fresh and artfully layered world and extraordinary characters to match."

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