The Girl from Everywhere Lib/E


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6.6 X 1.2 X 6.1 inches | 0.75 pounds
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About the Author

Heidi Heilig is the author of The Girl from Everywhere, which was an Indie Next Pick and also named a Best Book of the Year by NPR, Bustle, and Paste. Its sequel, The Ship beyond Time, received a starred review from School Library Journal and was named a Best Book of the Year by Paste. She holds an MFA degree from New York University in musical theater writing, and she has written the book and lyrics for several shows, including The Time Travelers Convention, Under Construction, and The Hole.

Kim Mai Guest is an award-winning voice actor for audiobooks and video games. She can also be heard on television shows, such as G.I. Joe: Renegades, Batman: the Brave and the Bold, and Avatar, and movies, like Chill Out Scooby Doo and Dead Space: Aftermath. Her video game work includes Metal Gear Solid, Final Fantasy, and The Lord of the Rings.


A truly exciting book, brimming with adventure, history, and sinuous potential.

-- "Christian Science Monitor"

This thrilling swashbuckler-steeped in history, myth, and legend-finds a solid anchor in its colorful characters. ...Fascinating, thought-provoking, and wonderfully imagined, The Girl from Everywhere will spark the adventurer inside every reader.

-- "Shelf Awareness"

History and mythology fans will love this fast-moving ride through time.

-- "School Library Journal (starred review)"

With time travel, fantasy, Hawaiian history, mythology, cute animals, and a feisty female protagonist, romance and fantasy readers will find much to enjoy.

-- "Booklist"

A skillful mashup of science fiction and eclectic mythology, enlivened by vivid sensory detail and moments of emotional and philosophical depth...A nonstop time-travel romp.

-- "Kirkus Reviews"

A creative blend of actual history and fantasy elements grounded in ancient and modern myths...simultaneously an adventure story, a love triangle, and a meditation on big topics like the idea of home and the tension between fate and free will.

-- "BookPage"

Heilig presents a dizzying array of intermeshed events, dates, and maps. The plot is rooted in actual Hawaiian history, and redolent with realistic details and Hawaiian folklore...The reader may ultimately be surprised at how smoothly the fantastical elements here mesh with the real.

-- "VOYA"

Narrator Kim Mai Guest brings listeners right into the mind and heart of Nix...Her narration beautifully captures Nix's conflicting love of adventure and trepidation about her future should her father's quest succeed, engaging listeners' attention and imagination.

-- "AudioFile"