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Eliot Schrefer

ELIOT SCHREFER is a resident of New York City and an honors graduate of Harvard College. A contributor to The Huffington Post and a reviewer for USA Today, Eliot has been profiled in Newsweek, New York Magazine, the New York Post, WWD, and NPR's "Leonard Lopate Show." His first novel, Glamorous Disasters, became an international bestseller. He has since been writing for young adults. His books have been translated into Russian, Polish, Romanian, and German.

Genres: Children's Fiction
Ape Quartet
   1. Endangered (2012)
     aka Heart of Danger
   2. Threatened (2014)
   3. Rescued (2016)
   4. Orphaned (2018)
Eliot Schrefer recommends
The Immortals (2016)
(Olympus Bound, book 1)
Jordanna Max Brodsky
"Brilliantly conceived and tautly plotted, The Immortals is a pulse thrumming, fascinating novel. Selene is a perfect heroine for our times."
Everything Must Go (2017)
Jenny Fran Davis
"It's magic to find such levels of bracing intelligence and vulnerable warmth in one book. Hilarious, incisive, and light on its feet, Everything Must Go is a treat for anyone who's ever gone to great lengths to belong."
The Healer (2018)
Donna Freitas
"Donna Freitas has crafted a beautiful and moving account of young love in extraordinary circumstances. A fascinating exploration of the ties that bind us to family and lovers, and the freedom that comes from discovering one’s own power."
Lone Stars (2021)
Justin Deabler
"Deabler's wide-ranging empathy and emotional intelligence mark him as an important new writer to watch."

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