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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

   Nightrender (2022)
Jodi Meadows recommends
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!"
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."
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."
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."
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."
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."
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."
To Best the Boys (2019)
Mary Weber
"To Best the Boys is an addicting read."
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."
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."
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."
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."
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."
You Were Never Here (2020)
Kathleen Peacock
"Dangerous, tense, and a touch magical, Kathleen Peacock does not disappoint with her newest novel, YOU WERE NEVER HERE. It kept me turning pages late into the night, desperately trying to unravel the mysteries in Montgomery Falls."
Dustborn (2021)
Erin Bowman
"With its unforgettable blend of science fiction, dystopia, and Old West, DUSTBORN is one of those stories that stays branded to your heart long after you turn the final page. Prepare to be transported."
Blade of Secrets (2021)
(Bladesmith , book 1)
Tricia Levenseller
"Exciting, romantic, and filled with magic, BLADE OF SECRETS is a fast-paced journey through a fractured kingdom. Ziva is an amazing main character, with a gentle heart and a fierce need to do what's right, even in the face of incredible odds. This is a book you'll want to read right away-and then reach for that sequel."
She Who Rides the Storm (2021)
Caitlin Sangster
"Ghosts. Tombs. Betrayals. With multiple unfolding mysteries, and complex and varied magics, She Who Rides the Storm digs right into a new, imaginative world, leading the reader deeper into the history—and the truth—of a divided land. Nothing is what it seems."

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