Borrowed

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Product Details

Price
$14.00
Publisher
Elephant Rock Productions, Inc.
Publish Date
Pages
264
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.9 X 8.1 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781732414105
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About the Author

Lucia DiStefano is an editor, ghostwriter, and writing coach. First-generation Sicilian-American and daughter of an olive farmer, she admits to having recurring pasta dreams. She lives in Georgetown, Texas.

Reviews

"Borrowed successfully generates real suspense through a plot that is one part cozy mystery and one part violent psychological thriller. A literate, well-told, and original YA novel." --Mark Pumphrey, Director of Libraries, El Paso, Texas
"Borrowed is unlike anything I've seen in recent YA literature--it's a compelling, unpredictable thriller with a unique premise and delicious prose. DiStefano will be one to watch." --Jennie Kendrick, Blogger, Forever Young Adult
"Lyrical prose, full-bodied characters, and a riveting plot with shocking twists and turns that kept me guessing until the startling conclusion. I couldn't put it down!" --Kristin Bartley Lenz, The Art of Holding on and Letting Go
"DiStefano's mastery is in the unpredictable twists, the tense build-ups, and the satisfying reveals. This breakout debut is a rare gem of a genre-bender." --Katya de Becerra, What the Woods Keep
"In the first two acts of the novel, the combination of debut author DiStefano's lyrical prose and effortlessly nuanced characters makes for a gripping and heart-wrenching read." --Kirkus Reviews
"I've read Borrowed in less than two days and I've absolutely loved it. 5-Stars." --Alice Reeds, https: //www.alicereeds.com/2018/09/review-borrowed-by-lucia-distefano.html
"The premise is engaging and contains an interesting concept of memory and humanity with beautifully written prose." --Sarah Bean Thompson, Booklist
"VERDICT Both literary and sensational, this will appeal to thoughtful readers looking for a little fun." --Beth McIntyre, Madison Public Library, WI, School Library Journal