Infamous

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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
St. Martin's Griffin
Publish Date
Pages
336
Dimensions
5.98 X 8.82 X 0.87 inches | 0.61 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781250875655

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About the Author

Lex Croucher is the New York Times bestselling author of Reputation, Infamous, and the YA novel, Gwen & Art Are Not in Love. Lex grew up in Surrey reading a lot of books and making friends with strangers on the internet, and now lives in London.

Reviews

"Witty and light, this is sure to be a hit with anyone wanting a queer Jo March-ish historical heroine." --BuzzFeed

"Croucher's novel is witty, well-written, and heartfelt and will intrigue those looking for writerly heroines and friends-to-lovers romance between women." --Library Journal

"Gleeful and unruly, Infamous brings Gen Z zeitgeist to some seriously hilarious Regency angst. Croucher is a rare talent, with a genius for hijinks, hot messes, irrepressible characters, and turns of phrase that will stick in your mind until the end of time. Eddie's coming-of-age arc shines with insights into the wild, worthwhile work it takes to find yourself, and find love." --Joanna Lowell, author of The Duke Undone

"This historical-ish bildungsroman with a big side of friends to lovers sapphic romance is set in the Regency period but written with a decidedly 21st century queer and feminist sensibility." --Autostraddle

Praise for Reputation:

There's nothing prim or proper about Croucher's dazzling debut, which is so boldly, audaciously modern in its portrayal of 19th-century mean-girl culture that I kept waiting for someone to inform the heroine that on Wednesdays, they wear pink." --BookPage, starred review

"Think of Bridgerton crossed with Sex Education and you have Reputation...reminding us that the process of coming of age really hasn't changed for centuries." --Good Housekeeping (UK)

"Reputation is the fresh, fiercely feminist, and utterly irreverent sendup of Jane Austen that I didn't know I needed." --Martha Waters, author of To Have and to Hoax