Alina Boyden (Author)
May 12, 2020
5.2 X 8.0 X 0.9 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author
Alina Boyden is a trans rights activist, author, and PhD candidate in cultural anthropology. As an ACLU client, her case secured healthcare rights for transgender employees in the state of Wisconsin. Her work in cultural anthropology centers on the civil rights struggles of transgender women in India and Pakistan, and consequently she divides her time between the United States and South Asia. When she's not writing, traveling, or working on her dissertation, she spends her free time indulging in two of her childhood passions - swordplay and flying airplanes. STEALING THUNDER is her first novel.
Praise for STEALING THUNDER: "STEALING THUNDER was immersive from the very first page. Razia is everything you want in a protagonist."--Peter V. Brett, New York Times bestselling author "This is an epic fantasy for our time, beautifully written, considerately composed, and very important in many ways. Highly recommended."--Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author "STEALING THUNDER draws you in with its richly-detailed worldbuilding and hooks you with gripping action and suspense, but the biggest appeal is the book's themes of politics, family, and identity. This is the kind of book you'll want to share with people, so buy multiple copies."--Rob Hart, author of The Warehouse "A breakout novel any way you choose to look at it, STEALING THUNDER features an appealing young dragon-loving heroine sure of who she is but still figuring out where she belongs. Between Razia's capers, romances, and political intrigues, Boyden weaves fantasy threads into a fascinating tapestry... I loved her fresh take on dragons and their riders."--E.E. Knight, author of Novice Dragoneer "This delightful debut is rich with detailed worldbuilding, political intrigue, and South Asian cultural references drawn from Boyden's experience as a trans activist who has traveled in India and Pakistan. Boyden handles the story with a steady hand, and this first novel will delight romantic fantasy enthusiasts."--Library Journal (starred review)