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Robin Wasserman


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Robin Wasserman (born May 31, 1978) is an American young adult novelist. In addition to other books, she is the author of the Seven Deadly Sins series from Simon & Schuster, featuring seven morally bankrupt teenagers in a small California town. Each novel revolves around one of the sins, and each character's transgressions specific to that sin. Which follow the lives of Harper, Beth, Adam, Kane, Miranda, Reed, Kaia, and their French teacher, Jack Powell.

Wasserman grew up outside of Philadelphia and graduated from Harvard University and UCLA. Before she was an author she was an associate editor at a children's book publisher. She is currently living in Brooklyn, New York.
 

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy, Young Adult Romance, Children's Fiction, Literary Fiction, Fantasy, Science Fiction
 
Series
Seven Deadly Sins
   1. Lust (2005)
   2. Envy (2005)
   3. Pride (2005)
   4. Wrath (2006)
   5. Sloth (2006)
   6. Gluttony (2007)
   7. Greed (2007)
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Chasing Yesterday
   1. Awakening (2007)
   2. Betrayal (2007)
   3. Truth (2007)
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Skinned / Cold Awakening
   1. Skinned (2008)
     aka Frozen
   2. Crashed (2009)
     aka Shattered
   3. Wired (2010)
     aka Torn
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We Were Liars (2014)
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