If You Could See the Sun (Original)

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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Inkyard Press
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.82 X 8.44 X 1.11 inches | 0.87 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781335915849

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About the Author

Ann Liang is an undergraduate at the University of Melbourne. Born in Beijing, she grew up travelling back and forth between China and Australia, but somehow ended up with an American accent. When she isn't stressing out over her college assignments or writing, she can be found making over-ambitious to-do lists, binge-watching dramas, and having profound conversations with her pet labradoodle about who's a good dog. This is her debut novel.

Reviews

"Utterly unique, thought-provoking, and wonderfully written, If You Could See the Sun was a thrilling ride that hooked me from start to finish. Ann Liang is a fantastic new voice in YA!" --Gloria Chao, author of American Panda and Rent a Boyfriend

"Academic rivals portrayed to perfection... An all-time top favorite." --Chloe Gong, #1 New York Times bestselling author of These Violent Delights and Our Violent Ends

"Absolutely breathtaking. If You Could See the Sun is a clever, compassionate examination of class, privilege, and the American Dream, with characters you can't help but root for. Liang is a rising star in YA fiction." --Grace D. Li, New York Times bestselling author of Portrait of a Thief

"Liang's debut is dark academia at its finest with a supernatural twist. You can't help but root for Alice when secrets and blackmail rise to the surface at Airington." --Roselle Lim, author of Natalie Tan's Book of Luck and Fortune

A POPSUGAR Best YA Book of 2022

"An intriguing genre-crossing debut." --Kirkus Reviews

"Liang paints a clear picture of what it's like to struggle for certain advantages that are seemingly handed to others, skillfully exploring themes of classism and privilege via a sympathetic protagonist who feels--sometimes literally--invisible." --Publishers Weekly

"Smart, funny, and poignant, this book is a tremendously fun read... This debut will satisfy any reader looking for a fun caper with a dash of magic." --Booklist