The Change: A Good Morning America Book Club Pick


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$19.99  $18.59
William Morrow & Company
Publish Date
5.3 X 7.9 X 1.2 inches | 0.75 pounds

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About the Author

Kirsten Miller is a renowned author of middle-grade and YA fiction. Her books include Don't Tell a Soul, How to Lead a Life of Crime, and The Eternal Ones series. She lives in Brooklyn with her family.


"The Change is like a guttural rage scream (and somehow a soft, tearful hug) of a book, and I couldn't have loved it any more." --Emily Henry -- #1 New York Times bestselling author Emily Henry

"Miller triumphs...The Change is that rare treat: a suspenseful story with great pacing, memorable characters, and an engaging voice. Fantastic in every way, this fierce anthem against misogyny is a smash." -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"A pointed, punchy, and potent thriller...wry and clever, serious and exacting, and masterfully suspenseful." -- Booklist (starred review)

"The novel takes on serious issues but doesn't take itself too seriously; there's plenty of mordant humor, a suspenseful plot, and mostly brisk pacing. Crime fiction, superpower fantasy, and sharp satire about sexism and ageism mesh for a satisfying read." -- Kirkus Reviews

"A delicious fantasy full of righteous rage, thorny entanglements, powerful sisterhood, and (wink, nudge) herbal remedies. Forget the teen dabblers of The Craft, or the lovelorn witches of Practical Magic: Joe, Nessa, and Harriet are the dynamic coven that angry feminist dreams are made of, here to remind us that everything gets better with age and experience-- especially revenge." -- Kat Rosenfield, author of No One Will Miss Her

"Searing and witty and full of so much warranted rage. This was a book I didn't know I was aching for. I cheered on every page." -- Erin A. Craig, New York Times bestselling author of House of Salt and Sorrows and Small Favors

"A roar of rage, a pacy page-turner, I loved it with all my broken heart. Read it. You'll love it."
-- Marian Keyes, New York Times bestselling author

"There is a specter haunting women - the specter of rage. Kirsten Miller has woven a fun, gripping, lush, real fable, a Stepford Wives for the twenty-first century, a Witches of Eastwick if it had actually been written by a woman. THE CHANGE is poisonous as henbane, and twice as delicious." -- Katherine Howe, New York Times bestselling author