Maybe in Paris


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Sky Pony
Publish Date
5.7 X 8.4 X 1.0 inches | 0.01 pounds

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About the Author

Rebecca Christiansen tried to study creative writing at university, but kept skipping classes to write YA novels in the library, so she decided to pursue that instead. She loves boy bands and diet soda and suffers from incurable wanderlust. Rebecca lives with her boyfriend in a house packed full of books in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.


"Beautifully written coming of age story which doesn't flinch at the struggles between siblings but shows the power of unconditional love." --YABC

"Set against the magic and possibility of Paris, Christiansen's emotional debut not only reminds us of the challenges that come with loving someone as they are, but also, the incomparable beauty." --Ashley Herring Blake, author of How to Make a Wish

"A touching, relevant story about siblings, autism, and unconditional love. Beautifully written, compelling, and honest." --Marci Lyn Curtis, author of The One Thing

"Readers will swoon over the delicious descriptions of Paris . . . but will ultimately find that Keira's emotional journey covers even more ground than her physical one, in a story that focuses on a complex, yet tender, sibling relationship." --Jen Malone, author of Wanderlost

"Maybe in Paris captures all the excitement of youthful obsession--with a city or a boy--while offering a touching depiction of the bonds we too often take for granted. Few books about teen sibling relationships capture their ups and painful downs so frankly." --Margot Harrison, author of The Killer in Me

"Heartbreaking but hopeful, Maybe in Paris is a wonderful debut with a beautiful setting, complicated, yet realistic sibling relationship, and a dash of romance." --Chantele Sedgwick, author of Love, Lucas and Switching Gears

"Good YA depends on great voice, and Rebecca Christiansen brings it to bear. She announces herself as a voice to be reckoned with in the very first pages of Maybe in Paris and doesn't relent. A welcome debut sure to launch a million fans." --Tom Leveen, author of Shackled and Random