Whisper to Me


Product Details

Bloomsbury U.S.A. Children's Books
Publish Date
5.7 X 8.2 X 1.7 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author

Nick Lake is the much-acclaimed author of In Darkness, winner of the Michael L. Printz Award, Hostage Three, which received three starred reviews and was named a Publishers Weekly, School Library Journal, and Boston Globe Best Book of the Year, and There Will Be Lies. He is also the Publishing Director for fiction at HarperCollins Children's Books UK. Nick lives near Oxford, England.



I could not put it down. Whisper to Me is raw and lovely, dark and light, heartbreaking and human, and it left me both aching and filled. Stunning. - Jennifer Niven, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES

A genuine narrative exploring mental health issues, vulnerability, and how love can help bridge the two. A recommended purchase for all YA collections. - starred review, School Library Journal

Cassie's charming, self-deprecating narrative and the insight into her mental health are engrossing and moving. - Booklist

Part murder mystery, part love story, with plenty of drama for Lake's many fans. - Kirkus Reviews

Cassie is a deeply sympathetic figure . . . Part romance, part crime story, part meditation on mental illness. - Publishers Weekly

Will haunt readers' memories when they walk along the beaches and piers this summer. - VOYA

Cassie's story is completely absorbing . . . A fascinating exploration of the possible residues of trauma and the painstaking work of recovery. - BCCB

Perplexing and disorienting, full of the rich language and heady epiphanies readers have come to expect from the Printz-award winning author. - starred review, School Library Journal on THERE WILL BE LIES

Impressively unpredictable--a motley mix of taut thriller, transportive fantasy, and poignant coming-of-age . . . Shelby narrates the surreal implosion of her life in an indignant, funny voice, à la Judy Blume. - Entertainment Weekly on THERE WILL BE LIES

A rare joy to behold. - Booklist on THERE WILL BE LIES

Suspenseful, complicated . . . A fine exploration of the power of story itself. - Kirkus Reviews on THERE WILL BE LIES

Lake returns to the mix of reality and fantasy he used to great success in his Printz-winning In Darkness . . . Shelby is highly sympathetic. - Publishers Weekly on THERE WILL BE LIES

A twisty drama suffused with elements of folklore. - Wall Street Journal on THERE WILL BE LIES