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Jessica Khoury


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Jessica Khoury was born and raised in Georgia. She attended public school followed by homeschooling, and earned her bachelor's degree in English from Toccoa Falls College. She lives in Toccoa, Georgia with her husband Benjamin, two terrible dogs, and an abundance of books, shoes, and sweet tea. When not writing, she's usually directing stageplays or coaching soccer. Origin was her first novel.
 

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy, Children's Fiction
 

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Control (2013)
(Control , book 1)
Lydia Kang
"Surprising twists, tender romance, and a fierce, smart protagonist make for a winning formula in Kang's debut. CONTROL is tautly woven and breathlessly delivered--a thrilling read!"
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The Library of Fates (2017)
Aditi Khorana
"I was swept away by this unique, tantalizing tale. The Library of Fates spins a spell that breaks the heart and utterly enchants. An essential addition to any library - magical or not."
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Once & Future (2019)
(Once & Future, book 1)
A R Capetta and Cori McCarthy
"Once & Future is a sizzling, bold exploration of gender, power, and revolution. Its dynamic and diverse cast will inspire and delight readers. I loved every second!"
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Sky Without Stars (2019)
(System Divine, book 1)
Jessica Brody and Joanne Rendell
"Evocative, nuanced storytelling driven by compelling characters makes Sky Without Stars a unique gem that will both enthrall your imagination and wrench your heartstrings. I inhaled this Les Mis-in-space story and am desperate for more!"
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Raybearer (2020)
(Raybearer, book 1)
Jordan Ifueko
"Ifueko's world building and prose is nothing short of seductive and I completely adore Tarisai's headstrong, tragic self. This will be a major gem of a release in 2020!"
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The Girl and the Witch's Garden (2020)
Erin Bowman
"As enchanting as it is wise, the true magic of this secret garden story is in its unflinching, heart-wrenching exploration of grief, belonging, and inner strength. Once I stepped into the witch's garden with Piper, I did not want to leave."

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