Remedial Magic

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$17.99  $16.73
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5.8 X 7.4 X 1.5 inches | 0.65 pounds

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About the Author
Melissa Marr writes fiction for adults, teens, and children. Her books have been translated into 28 languages and been bestsellers in the US (NY Times, LA Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal) as well as overseas. Wicked Lovely, her debut novel, was an instant New York Times bestseller and evolved into an internationally bestselling multi-book series with a myriad of accolades. Remedial Magic is the first of two books in a witchy lesbian fantasy-romance series. If she's not writing, you can find her in a kayak or on a trail with her wife.

Praise for Remedial Magic:

"A fairy tale with very sharp thorns."--Booklist

"Remedial Magic is an excellent series starter that combines the aesthetics of a classic fish-out-of-water story with the sensibilities of a book for and about adults."--Bookpage

Praise for Graveminder:
"Plan ahead to read this one, because you won't be able to put it down! Haunting, captivating, brilliant!" --Library Journal (starred review)

"Marr serves up a quirky dark fantasy fashioned around themes of fate, free will--and zombies. . . . Well-drawn characters and their dramatic interactions keep the tale loose and lively." --Publishers Weekly

"Marr does a great job with the mythology of her new world, her prose is as seamless as ever, and if the events described above weren't enough, she slips in a half-dozen or so other subplots that only enrich the main storyline that much more." --The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

"Melissa Marr has the rare talent of making deeply weird things seem perfectly normal, and making perfectly normal things seem deeply weird." --io9

"No one builds worlds like Melissa Marr." --Charlaine Harris, New York Times bestselling author of the Sookie Stackhouse series

"If anyone can put the goth in Southern Gothic, it's Melissa Marr." --NPR