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Christine Lynn Herman


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Born in New York City but raised in Japan and Hong Kong, Christine Lynn Herman subscribes to the firm philosophy that home is where her books are. She returned to the United States to study at the University of Rochester, where she received the Dean's Prize in fiction and an Honors English degree. Currently, Christine and her books reside in a Brooklyn apartment, along with her partner, many plants, and their extremely spoiled cat. She can be found talking about her writing @christineexists or at christinelynnherman.com.
 

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy
 

Christine Lynn Herman recommends
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All the Stars and Teeth (2020)
(All the Stars and Teeth, book 1)
Adalyn Grace
"Jam-packed with swashbuckling adventure, swoonworthy romance, and dark, lush magic. Amora Montara and the crew of Keel Haul will drop anchor in your heart and refuse to leave."
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Havenfall (2020)
(Havenfall, book 1)
Sara Holland
"Havenfall is contemporary fantasy at its finest, a smart, poignant rumination on home and family with a supernatural twist. Holland's seamless blending of reality and fantasy will leave you checking your closet doors for secret passages to other worlds, hoping to find a magical adventure of your own."
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Ruthless Gods (2020)
(Something Dark and Holy, book 2)
Emily A Duncan
"Come for the Gothic horror-fantasy, stay for the eldritch nightmares, cosmic despair, and irreverent, unforgettable characters. RUTHLESS GODS will leave fans demanding the final installment in the trilogy."
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Queen of Volts (2020)
(Shadow Game, book 3)
Amanda Foody
"A rich, satisfying, complicated story. One of the best fantasy series I've rad in years."
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Down Comes the Night (2021)
Allison Saft
"Complex, carefully rendered, and utterly addictive, Down Comes the Night is a YA fantasy classic in the making. Saft seamlessly blends an utterly original magic system, multifacted main characters, and forbidden romance into a gothic narrative that will stay with you long after the last page."
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The Nature of Witches (2021)
Rachel Griffin
"The Nature of Witches is a timely, thoughtful tale of the responsibilities we have to our planet and to one another. Griffin's well-developed world building and complex main character make for a read that will resonate deeply."
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Bad Witch Burning (2021)
Jessica Lewis
"Bad Witch Burning blends the real and the supernatural together in an unflinching exploration of power, pain, and agency. This book is difficult to put down and impossible to forget."

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