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$11.99  $11.15
Geek & Sundry
Publish Date
5.5 X 8.25 X 0.76 inches | 0.92 pounds

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About the Author

Helena Echlin, a native of the UK, is the author of the novel Gone (Random House UK, 2002) and for five years wrote "Table Manners," an etiquette advice column for CHOW, the online food and drink magazine. She has also written on topics from belly-button reshaping to cardio strip tease for publications such as the Guardian, The Times, and The Sunday Telegraph in the UK, and Yoga Journal and The San Francisco Chronicle in the US. She lives in Berkeley, California and teaches fiction-writing online for Stanford.


"A rush of missing sisters, supernatural powers, breathless crushes, ancient prophecies, and deadly secrets revealed at glamorous parties... spooky and fun!" --Daniel Handler aka Lemony Snicket, author of A Series of Unfortunate Events

"Suspenseful, atmospheric, and romantic--Sparked transported me." --Lauren Kate, author of the New York Times-bestselling Fallen series

"Supernatural teens in literature are old hat, but Echlin and Watrous inject their novel with zeal and ingenuity. Characters, for one, are expertly drawn. The narrative playfully reveals supertalents one at a time while the greatest mystery is who the demon-esque Druj will inhabit... A fresh, enthusiastic, and wholly satisfying take on a familiar subgenre." --Kirkus Reviews

"Sparked is a masterful mélange of action, the supernatural, and teen romance. Every character is unique and every twist is unexpected. The story, told with wit and candor, just kept accelerating until its rip-roaring ending. I tore through this book." --Katie Crouch, author of New York Times bestseller Girls in Trucks and The Magnolia League series

"Sparked is that rare thing--a gripping mystery with psychological depth. It's a hauntingly accurate portrayal of the complex relationships between sisters and the lengths that the younger will go to save her older sister. I was riveted from the beginning and hooked to the satisfying end." --Erica Lorraine Scheidt, author of Uses for Boys

"Sparked proves its worth from page one. It's a supernatural thriller that reads with an easy, almost effortless, flow. Really, really impressive." --Mike Rich, author of Skavenger's Hunt, screenwriter of The Rookie, Radio, and Finding Forrester