Alice the Cat

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$14.95  $13.90
Fitzroy Books
Publish Date
5.6 X 8.2 X 0.8 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author
Tim Cummings was born and raised in New York and currently lives in Los Angeles. He earned his BFA from NYU/Tisch and his MFA from Antioch University. He teaches at UCLA Extension Writer's Program. Alice the Cat is his first book. for more.

"Tim Cummings' book is transcendent. Filled with ghosts, haunted places, and tormented souls, this book follows the adventures of Tess as she becomes obsessed with saving her cat. Beautiful, tender, and powerful, Alice the Cat will grip you with its unexpected splendor." --Mireya S. Vela, author of Vestiges of Courage

"Alice the Cat masterfully unites elements of ghost stories, haunted houses, lost cats, Wonderland, psychic mediums, the spirit of Halloween, Ouija boards, the occult, and a girl's journey into the twilight of adulthood while grieving the death of her mother. Cummings has created a wonder of a book with breakout doses of heart and humor, destined to be a contemporary classic." --Nathan Elias, author of The Reincarnations and Coil Quake Rift

"On the cusp of thirteen, Tess's fierce spinout into grief grips the reader from the very first sentence of a cat in mourning determined to end it all. Told with fury, pathos, and hilarity, Tim Cummings has created a masterful rendering of Tess and her beloved cat, Alice, as Tess must navigate the landscape of loss through a cast of layered and beautiful characters, that will linger and resonate long after the book is finished. Alice the Cat is a love story, brimming with hope, that reminds young readers they get to be and feel everything that happens to them for however long it takes after unspeakable losses." --Kerry Madden, author of Ernestine's Milky Way and The Maggie Valley Trilogy

"Tim Cummings manages to couple the writing of an angel with the imagination of the devil. Alice the Cat slinked inside me, furtively, magnificently. My heart ached for Tess--so much loss. My heart thundered for her too--so much sass and courage. My skin crawled with hers. Sometimes I wanted to run screaming. I could not stop reading. This book is nothing short of bliss. Meow!" --Caroline Thompson, writer of The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Edward Scissorhands