Live in Infamy (a Companion to the Only Thing to Fear)

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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Scholastic Press
Publish Date
Pages
304
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.3 X 1.3 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781338111095

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About the Author

Caroline Tung Richmond is the author of the alternative history novels The Only Thing to Fear and Live in Infamy, as well as the historical fiction novel The Darkest Hour. She's also the program director of We Need Diverse Books, a nonprofit that seeks to create a world where all children can find themselves on the pages of a book.

A self-proclaimed history nerd and cookie connoisseur, Caroline lives in Maryland with her family and her dog, Otto von Bismarck--named for the German chancellor (naturally). You can find out more about at her at carolinetrichmond.com.

Reviews

Praise for The Only Thing to Fear"Richmond makes an impressive debut with this alternate history . . . She twists history and throws in creative exploitation of superpowers to deliver a fast-paced adventure." --Publishers Weekly "Reminiscent of series like The Hunger Game and Divergent, but the alternative-history angle adds a spark of its own." --Booklist"An outstanding debut that will thrill readers of all ages."--SciFiPulse.net"The Only Thing to Fear can be summed up in two words: realistically frightening. . . . This heart-stopping novel goes to the extremes of what could have been and what may have been done." --TeenReads.com"The plot is fast-paced and will appeal to both historical fiction and science fiction readers." --Library Media Connection Praise for The Darkest Hour"Rife with action and intrigue, this work explores a little-known history of women in World War II. The novel passes the Bechdel test with flying colors . . ." --School Library Journal"Thrills, action, and the moral certainty of fighting Nazis drive this thriller." --Kirkus Reviews