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Rory Power

Rory Power grew up in Boston, received her undergraduate degree at Middlebury College, and went on to earn an MA in prose fiction from the University of East Anglia. She lives in Massachusetts. Wilder Girls is her first novel. To learn more about Rory, go to and follow @itsrorypower on Twitter and Instagram.

Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult Fiction, Young Adult Fantasy

Rory Power recommends
The Tenth Girl (2019)
Sara Faring
"Layered and challenging, and full to bursting with intelligence, while at the same time exuberantly bizarre, like it’s having the best time on its own and daring you to join in."
Catherine House (2020)
Elisabeth Thomas
"Elisabeth Thomas had me mesmerized from the first page. Dreamy and brimming with dread, Catherine House will swallow you whole."
Some Kind of Animal (2020)
Maria Romasco-Moore
"Some Kind of Animal is sharp and unyielding. It refuses to be anything other than what it is—all bared teeth and a vivid, beating heart. I loved every page."
A Deadly Education (2020)
(Scholomance, book 1)
Naomi Novik
"Sharp, witty, and darkly effervescent, A Deadly Education is Naomi Novik’s fresh take on the concept of the magic school. One of my favorite reads of the year."
Off the Record (2021)
Camryn Garrett
"Thoughtful and incisive, Camryn Garrett’s voice comes through in beautiful clarity."
Some Girls Do (2021)
Jennifer Dugan
"Dugan’s best yet! Some Girls Do is bright and aching, with a beautifully rendered relationship at its heart."
Star Eater (2021)
Kerstin Hall
"Written in beautifully agile prose, Star Eater is a layered and incisive examination of power, and Elfreda Raughn its beating heart. Her voice grabbed me from the first page and never let go."
In the Shadow Garden (2022)
Liz Parker
"The perfect blend of magic and mystery."

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