Some Like It Cold

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Product Details
Price
$13.00  $12.09
Publisher
Wednesday Books
Publish Date
Pages
368
Dimensions
5.38 X 8.25 X 1.0 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781250335531

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About the Author
ELLE MCNICOLL is a bestselling and award-winning children's novelist. Her debut, A Kind of Spark, won the Blue Peter Book Award and the Overall Waterstones Children's Book Prize, as well as Blackwell's Book of 2020. She is four-time Carnegie nominated, and was shortlisted for the Books Are My Bag Awards 2020, the Branford Boase Award and The Little Rebels Award. Her novels have been published in the US and translated into multiple languages. The TV adaptation of A Kind Of Spark was created in partnership with 9Story and BBC Children's and is now Emmy-nominated. Elle is an advocate for better representation of neurodiversity in publishing, and currently lives in North London.
Reviews

"I utterly adored this book! SOME LIKE IT COLD is a warm, wonderful winter romance to cosy up with - brilliant characters, sizzling chemistry, and so full of heart, Elle has written a truly gorgeous book that's a must-read this winter." - author Beth Reekles

"A sweet will-they-won't-they rom-com set in a small town, dealing with autism, grief, love and being comfortable in your own skin. This is a cosy, heartwarming wintery romance." - author Abiola Bello

"Some Like It Cold is a heartfelt romance that is sweeping in its scope and tender in its emotional depth. McNicoll has crafted a powerful ode to love in all its forms: of community, of home and of ourselves - as well as the genre of romance itself. A clever, poignant and healing love story" -Bea Fitzgerald, Sunday Times bestselling author of Girl, Goddess, Queen

"As much an ode to the history of the romance genre as a classic yet modern love story in its own right. Achingly honest and heartfelt, this is McNicoll at her best. It is quite literally my favourite romance novel of all time." - Lizzie Huxley-Jones, author of Make You Mine This Christmas

"Throughout the book, McNicoll delivers a breathtaking story of love and joy that will keep the reader hooked until the very last page. It was such a pleasure being immersed in Jasper's world, as she navigated family dynamics, friendships, and identity issues in Lake Pristine." -Anika Hussain, author of This Is How You Fall in Love


Praise for Elle McNicoll:

Through Cora's frank, insightful narration and heartwarming bond with Adrien, McNicoll--herself neurodivergent--vividly explores tough issues such as death and identity with nuance, humor, and care." -Kirkus Reviews on Show Us Who You Are

"McNicoll's suspenseful story has a lot to say about what makes a person worthy of respect."-The Horn Book on Show Us Who You Are

"A must-read for students and adults alike." --School Library Journal, starred Review on A Kind of Spark

"A disturbing, potentially prescient read." --Publishers Weekly, starred review on A Kind of Spark

"Earnest and perceptive." --Kirkus Reviews on A Kind of Spark