Hide: The Graphic Novel

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Ten Speed Graphic
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6.06 X 9.06 X 0.87 inches | 1.35 pounds
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About the Author
Kiersten White is the New York Times bestselling, Bram Stoker Award-winning, and critically acclaimed author of many books, including The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein, the And I Darken trilogy, the Slayer series, the Camelot Rising trilogy, and her adult debut, Hide. Kiersten lives with her family in San Diego, where they obsessively care for their deeply ambivalent tortoise, Kimberly.

Veronica Fish is a comic book artist and painter best known for her work with Marvel Comics and Archie Comics. She received a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, and she currently lives with her husband and collaborator, Andy Fish in Worchester, MA.

Andy T. Fish
is a graphic novelist, comic book artist, and educator. He is best known for his graphic novels with Archie Comics and Dark Horse Comics and his How to Draw series. He studied comics and sequential art under Will Eisner, Jack Kirby, and Paul Ryan. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of Art at Emerson College, and lives in Worcester, MA with his wife and fellow artist, Veronica Fish.
"A propulsive and stunning horror rollercoaster that rewards your close attention."--Ezra Claytan Daniels, creator of Upgrade Soul and BTTM FDRS

"An addictive carnival ride through the coolest setting I've ever seen. This is bloody irresistible."--Daniel Kraus, New York Times bestselling author of The Shape of Water

"Suspenseful and compelling, Hide is a rewarding slow burn mystery with a fun horror twist that you can't put down."--Jeannette Arroyo, co-creator of Blackwater

"This stylish and spooky comics adaptation of White's novel . . . reveals the horrors society will sink to in order to uphold the status quo. . . . The bold art captures the creepy, run-down carny vibe with aplomb, and dramatic coloring by Andy Fish punches up action sequences. This Hunger Games-esque saga feels destined for the big screen."--Publishers Weekly, starred review

"White's best-selling thriller about a hide-and-seek competition in an abandoned amusement park, Hide, is brought to its full, creepy potential in this graphic adaptation. . . . The park itself comes alive in Fish's moody illustrations, featuring strong color contrasts and ominous shadows lurking among the park's rusted rides, faded banners, littered walkways, and overgrown greenery. A solid choice for those unfamiliar with the story."--Booklist