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Sarah Glenn Marsh

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Sarah Glenn Marsh has been an avid fantasy reader from the day her dad handed her a copy of The Hobbit and promised it would change her life; she's been making up words and worlds ever since. When she's not writing, Sarah enjoys painting, ghost hunting, traveling, and all things nerdy.

She lives in Richmond, Virginia, with her husband and their menagerie: four rescued sighthounds, a bird, and many fish.

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy

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Sarah Glenn Marsh recommends
The Rattled Bones (2017)
S M Parker
"Equal parts beautiful and chilling, Shannon M. Parker's sophomore novel will sweep you away to the icy waters and small coastal towns of Maine, where the past refuses to be ignored and family secrets are dredged to the surface with the day's catch. Unputdownable, and like the roar of the sea once you've heard it, unforgettable."
Even the Darkest Stars (2017)
(Even the Darkest Stars, book 1)
Heather Fawcett
"A lush adventure filled with magic, myth, and monsters. Even the Darkest Stars will sweep you off your feet, steal your heart somewhere between the mountains and sky, and leave you breathless."
Dark of the West (2018)
(Glass Alliance, book 1)
Joanna Hathaway
"Smart, stunning, and completely swoonworthy, Dark of the West swept me off my feet. Fans of forbidden love, high stakes, and intrigue--don't miss this triumph of a book!"
Uncharted (2018)
Erin Cashman
"Every page simmers with danger, magic, myth, and romance..."
The Light Between Worlds (2018)
Laura E Weymouth
"The perfect story for anyone who's ever searched for magic in the everyday, THE LIGHT BETWEEN WORLDS will break your heart and then make it whole again. Laura Weymouth wields words like she's casting spells, and the result is utterly enchanting."
Crown of Coral and Pearl (2019)
(Crown of Coral and Pearl, book 1)
Mara Rutherford
"A tale of intrigue, love, and sisterhood as dazzling as a sunny day at sea, you're sure to be swept away by Crown of Coral and Pearl."
Agnes at the End of the World (2020)
Kelly McWilliams
"Unforgettable and full of hope, Agnes at the End of the World is at times beautiful, at others dark. The love that transcends these pages is a triumph."
Ruinsong (2020)
Julia Ember
"A darkly shining jewel of a story set in a fascinating new world. This queer romantic fantasy will replay itself in your mind long after you've finished, like an unforgettable melody."
The Valley and the Flood (2021)
Rebecca Mahoney
"Refreshingly, wholly original, The Valley and the Flood will haunt you long after you turn the final page. A beautiful triumph of a debut."
Eat Your Heart Out (2021)
Kelly DeVos
"Meet your new favorite zombie story: Eat Your Heart Out is packed with nonstop thrills and chills, and a kickass leading lady you'd gladly follow into battle against the undead."
The City Beautiful (2021)
Aden Polydoros
"Like a darkly compelling dream; I dare readers to try to put down this queer triumph of a book where myth, mystery, and death lurk around every corner of the Windy City."

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