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Jodi Meadows


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Jodi Meadows lives and writes in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, with her husband, a Kippy*, and an alarming number of ferrets. She is a confessed book addict, and has wanted to be a writer ever since she decided against becoming an astronaut.*A Kippy is a cat.

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy
 
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Impostor (2013)
(Variants, book 1)
Susanne Winnacker
"With its compelling mystery and intriguing characters, Susanne Winnacker's Impostor kept me reading late into the night. I really enjoyed it!"
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These Broken Stars (2013)
(Starbound, book 1)
Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner
"With rich, complex characters and a dynamic--and dangerous--new world, These Broken Stars completely transported me."
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The Shadow Queen (2016)
(Ravenspire, book 1)
C J Redwine
"Magic, dragons, and royalty in hiding: The Shadow Queen hits all the right notes of an incredible epic fantasy."
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Caraval (2017)
(Caraval, book 1)
Stephanie Garber
"Intoxicating. Darkly magical. CARAVAL walks the knife-edge between fantasy and reality. Within mere pages, I gladly lost myself in this perfect labyrinth of a plot. Stephanie Garber doesn't just dazzle-she makes me believe."
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Mask of Shadows (2017)
(Mask of Shadows, book 1)
Linsey Miller
"Compelling and relatable characters, a fascinating world with dangerous magic, and a dash of political intrigue: Mask of Shadows completely delivered. Fantasy fans will love this book."
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Girls Made of Snow and Glass (2017)
Melissa Bashardoust
"Simply beautiful. Girls Made of Snow and Glass is like reading a particularly wonderful and vivid dream, complete with imaginative magic, delightful characters, and beautiful language. Melissa Bashardoust's debut novel is everything a fairy tale should be."
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A Curse So Dark and Lonely (2019)
(Cursebreaker, book 1)
Brigid Kemmerer
"Heartwarming, thoughtful and romantic: Brigid Kemmerer took me on a magical journey with this dark fairytale about growing up, falling in love, and making impossible choices."
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To Best the Boys (2019)
Mary Weber
"To Best the Boys is an addicting read."
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The Beholder (2019)
(Beholder , book 1)
Anna Bright
"Wholly unique, yet familiar in all the right ways. Put this at the top of your to-read pile if you love fairy tales, epic voyages, and—of course—swoon-worthy love stories."
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Bone Crier's Moon (2020)
(Bone Grace, book 1)
Kathryn Purdie
"A magical story of compassion, forgiveness, and self-acceptance. This book might break your heart, but it will also warm your soul."
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Agnes at the End of the World (2020)
Kelly McWilliams
"In a word: beautiful. With Agnes at the End of the World, Kelly McWilliams has crafted an emotional, powerful story, filled with hope and grace and utterly selfless love. Absolutely unforgettable."
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Hunted by the Sky (2020)
(Wrath of Ambar, book 1)
Tanaz Bhathena
"Perfect for fans of thoughtful world-building and fantastical mirrors to our own reality. A whirlwind of heartfelt storytelling."
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Dating Makes Perfect (2020)
Pintip Dunn
"Fun, heartfelt, and full of warmth...the ideal feel-good book for the summer. Do yourself a favor and read this book right away."

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