Grace and the Fever

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Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers
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5.6 X 8.3 X 1.4 inches | 0.01 pounds

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About the Author

Zan Romanoff fell in love with Hanson when she was ten and has been a boy-band fanatic and teen-idol obsessive ever since. She lives and writes in Los Angeles; this is her second novel. Visit her at or follow her on Twitter at @zanopticon.


"Genuine dialogue, texts, e-mails, online posts ... bring to life this edgy and layered look at the glitz and secrets of stardom from ordinary eyes. " --Booklist, starred review

"Grace and The Fever crackles with sharp cultural commentary and deep emotional resonance." --Bitch Magazine

"Grace and the Fever is a clear-eyed portrait of 'the girls of the internet' . . . a YA novel that does the fangirl justice."--The Verge

"A thrilling romp through a fangirl fantasy in which everything crashes and burns and the heroine emerges stronger."--Kirkus

"Grace and the Fever reads a lot like how loving a boy band feels: you think it's cute at first and then suddenly you find yourself so enthralled that you just need more and more and you hope your family isn't too concerned because yep you are definitely obsessed. Super addictive." --Goldy Moldavsky, New York Times bestselling author of Kill the Boy Band

"A wise, bittersweet coming-of-age story for the thinking fangirl." --Anna Breslaw, author of Scarlett Epstein Hates It Here

"A smart, warm, feminist ode to anyone who has ever been eighteen, made a mess of their own life, spent their late night hours on Tumblr, or loved a band so much it hurt." --Katie Coyle, author of Vivian Apple at the End of the World

"Grace and the Fever is a warm and thoughtful exploration of fannishness in all its multifaceted complexity, and it's a sweet-natured coming of age story too. But most of all, it's a love letter to band fandom, and all the funny, obsessive, reviled teenage girls who created it." --Vox