The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone


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$8.99  $8.36
Arthur A. Levine Books
Publish Date
5.2 X 7.5 X 1.1 inches | 0.57 pounds

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About the Author

Jaclyn Moriarty is the award-winning author of A Corner of White, The Cracks in the Kingdom, A Tangle of Gold, The Year of Secret Assignments, The Murder of Bindy Mackenzie, The Ghosts of Ashbury High, and The Spell Book of Listen Taylor. A former media and entertainment lawyer, Jaclyn grew up in Sydney, Australia, lived in the United States, Canada, and UK, and now lives in Sydney again. She is very fond of chocolate, blueberries, and sleep.


Praise for The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone:

* [A] highly entertaining and brilliantly plotted fantasy... With its storytelling aplomb, humor, imagination, and many twists and turns, this novel places Moriarty... firmly in Diana Wynne Jones territory. Readers will want to begin rereading this spellbinder just as soon as they finish it, to find all the clues and connections and coincidences Moriarty drops and weaves and reconciles throughout. -- The Horn Book Magazine, starred review

Her eventful story, seemingly as delicate as gossamer, yet strong as silk, is well structured and entertaining. An episodic, high-spirited tale of adventure and magic. -- Booklist

Imaginative. -- Kirkus Reviews

This quirky and endearing adventure set in a captivating, off-beat world is an excellent purchase wherever fantasy circulates well. -- School Library Journal

[A] delightful book... The author does a wonderful job crafting this fantasy story to make it believable with word play, figurative language, and imagery. Readers will be drawn in with likeable, unforgettable characters and nonstop action... This title would make a great addition to any school or classroom library and would be a great read aloud. -- School Library Connection

Praise for A Tangle of Gold:

* A grand finale to a grand adventure, complete with truly startling revelations...
Deeply satisfying, perfectly ended. -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review

* A breathless and exhilarating race to the finish... with a variety of unexpected revelations and marvelous surprises, and with [Moriarty's] usual perfect timing. -- Horn Book, starred review

* The magic continues to be refreshingly inventive, and the world-building is so precise... This final installment will garner even more followers. -- School Library Journal, starred review

* Startling and clever... A breathtaking climax... An eminently satisfying conclusion. -- Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, starred review

Praise for The Cracks in the Kingdom:

* Madcap, whimsical, smart and even heartbreaking... Even better than the first. -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review

* Full of clever invention and intrigue, excellent surprises... and all the sophisticated wit Moriarty's fans expect. -- Horn Book, starred review

* Readers will be clamoring for the next title after the thrilling yet satisfying conclusion. -- School Library Journal, starred review

Praise for A Corner of White:

A Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book
A Kirkus Best Book of the Year
A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year
A Horn Book Fanfare Book

Jaclyn Moriarty makes me laugh, hysterically -- and cry, unexpectedly... Startlingly original fantasy. -- E. Lockhart, New York Times bestselling author of
We Were Liars

A marvelous novel -- in every sense of the word... A Corner of White slips
through a previously unnoticed crack in the reader's heart and changes everything. -- Deborah Harkness, New York Times bestselling author of A Discovery of Witches

* Quirky, charming, funny, sad: another winner from this always-surprising author. -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review

* Irresistible characters help readers navigate a tantalizingly complex plot that will leave them eagerly awaiting the next book. -- Horn Book, starred review

* In this lovely fantasy... mysteries abound. -- School Library Journal, starred review

* [A] genre-blending feat of stylistic energy... The plotting is as innovative and
riveting as the world-making. -- Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, starred review