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Courtney Summers


Courtney Summers lives and writes in Canada. She is the author of several novels for young adult.

Genres: Young Adult Romance
Courtney Summers recommends
Winner Take All (2018)
Laurie DeVore
"A bold, incisive, timely examination of the high price girls often have to pay for daring to want it all... Clever, romantic, and absolutely unputdownable."
Mirage (2018)
(Mirage, book 1)
Somaiya Daud
"Mirage had me enthralled from its first page to its last. It's a a heart-wrenching, romantic, and exhilarating page-turner. Begin preparing yourselves for it now. Somaiya Daud is a brilliant writer and she has written a brilliant book."
Sawkill Girls (2018)
Claire Legrand
"With prose as fierce and uncompromising as its three main characters, SAWKILL GIRLS is a fresh and unflinching exploration of female friendship wrapped in a spine-tingling page-turner. Claire Legrand doesn’t hold back--and you won’t be able to put this book down."
Tell Me Everything (2019)
Sarah Enni
"A timely examination of social media and the importance of self-expression. A truly special debut-I loved every single page!."
How to Make Friends with the Dark (2019)
Kathleen Glasgow
"A bold, fearlessly crafted story of loss and love. Kathleen Glasgow’s prose commands the page with its trademark beauty and grace, and Tiger Tolliver is a character readers will root for every step of the way—and won’t soon forget."
Wreck (2019)
Kirstin Cronn-Mills
"Every so often a book comes along that is so sharp, so moving, so real, and so good, you want to press it into everyone's hands and say, Read this! READ THIS!"
Tigers, Not Daughters (2020)
Samantha Mabry
"A moody and unflinching examination of the gritty, tender and impossible parts of people that make them unforgettably whole. You don't read Samantha Mabry’s books so much as experience them. Ferocious and gorgeously crafted. I loved it."
The Mall (2020)
Megan McCafferty
"A delightful, funny, sweet and affecting real life adventure with such a big heart, it'll make you cry the happiest tears. The Mall is something special."

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