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Genevieve Gornichec


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Genevieve Gornichec earned her degree in history from The Ohio State University, but she got as close to majoring in Vikings as she possibly could, and her study of the Norse myths and Icelandic sagas became her writing inspiration. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio. The Witch's Heart is her debut novel.
 

Genres: Fantasy
 
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   Who's the Fairest? (2020) (with Rochelle Bradley, Isobelle Cate, Hope Daniels, Jennifer Daniels, Alicia Dawn, Andi Lawrencovna, Shaunna Rodriguez, Kali Willows and S E Winters)
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Genevieve Gornichec recommends
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Hall of Smoke (2021)
H M Long
"Hall of Smoke is a breath of fresh air. The world is unique, the fights are top-notch, and the cast is unforgettable. A dazzling, fast-paced story with clashing civilizations, squabbling gods, and an indomitable heroine caught in the center of it all, Hessa's is a tale that will grab you from the very first line and won't let you go. I can't wait to see what Long comes up with next."
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The Wolf and the Woodsman (2021)
Ava Reid
"Reid has crafted a story that is not only relevant for our times, but has timelessness about it that truly makes it shine. The Wolf and the Woodsman is not a book I will soon forget."
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Among Thieves (2021)
M J Kuhn
"Among Thieves is such a ride, from beginning to end. Morally grey thieves with hearts of gold (sort of) in a fantasy heist? Count me in. I didn't know who I wanted to win, and I love it when that happens. I can't wait to see what Kuhn does next."
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Cackle (2021)
Rachel Harrison
"Cackle is an all-too-relatable story about finding your inner strength even when you're at rock bottom, tackling the realities of post-break-up life with levity and charm. This book is an absolute delight, and everyone needs a friend like Sophie."
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The Death of Jane Lawrence (2021)
Caitlin Starling
"Don’t read this one alone at night; Caitlin Starling has done it again. Unsettling, atmospheric, and downright brutal at times, The Death of Jane Lawrence will continue to haunt you long after you leave Lindridge Hall…if the house lets you leave, that is."

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