“Thought-provoking, atmospheric, and utterly bewitching.”
“Winters has woven an intricate and innovative pattern of structure, genre, and history that cannot fail to capture readers’ imaginations.”
“An excellent purchase for creepy historical fiction shelves.”
—School Library Journal
Simply put, Cat Winters’s dark Edwardian novel about two sisters, family secrets, legends, superstitions, grrl power, perseverance, and monsters is a must-read this fall.
And did you see the cover? A departure from her earlier YA titles, Nathália Suellen (you might recognize her work on A. G. Howard’s RoseBlood and Splintered series covers) illustrated a monstrously fabulous look for Cat’s latest book—so creepy, it’ll make you want to dive into the story, stat.
To help celebrate Odd & True’s September 12 pub date, we’ve teamed up with Cat to release a special print of the book to anyone in the United States, aged 13 or older, who pre-orders a copy.
CLICK HERE to redeem yours today!