Natasha Sinel (Author)
May 15, 2018
5.5 X 8.2 X 1.1 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author
Natasha Sinel is a writer of young adult fiction. She graduated from Yale University with a BA in English and from the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business with an MBA. Before beginning her career as an author, she was director of business development at Showtime Networks. Her next book, Soulstruck, will be released in June 2018. Born and raised in Washington, DC, she now lives in northern Westchester, New York, with her husband and three sons.
IPPY Awards, Gold Medalist in the YA Category, 2016 USA Best Books Awards Finalist, 2015 "If you loved Looking For Alaska, then check out The Fix." --VerveGirl Magazine "A powerful story of healing . . ." --Kirkus Reviews "First shot out of the gate, Sinel bravely addresses tough topics, demonstrating that the weight of secrets can pull us under--and their release can save us from drowning." --Holly Schindler, critically acclaimed author of A Blue So Dark and Feral "A bewitching, beautiful, and brave debut. Readers will marvel at Macy's resilience. Natasha Sinel's writing devastates and uplifts, by turns. An important story of one girl's journey to rewrite the blueprint of her own life by facing the truth inside herself." --Carrie Mesrobian, award-winning author of Sex & Violence and Perfectly Good White Boy "In her YA debut, Natasha Sinel paints a riveting picture of a teenager haunted by her past and struggling with her present. Macy's world is richly drawn, heartbreakingly real, and difficult to put down. The Fix shines." --I.W. Gregorio, author of None of the Above "In this masterful debut, Natasha Sinel explores how a shocking act of betrayal can be overlooked within an otherwise loving family. A vivid storyteller, Sinel tackles an emotional topic, portraying the pain and repercussions of Macy's experience with an honest sensitivity. I was hooked from the opening pages of The Fix." --Yvonne Ventresca, award-winning author of Pandemic "A standout YA debut, The Fix perfectly captures how it feels to be crushed under a life-changing, personal secret since childhood. Sinel's unflinchingly honest writing dissects the lies we tell ourselves to cope with trauma and reveals the power we seize when we finally decide to see the truth." --Marie Jaskulka, author of The Lost Marble Notebook of Forgotten Girl & Random Boy