Coming March 22, 2016
| “Lyrical and intense, with a heart of mystery, Wink Poppy Midnight is quite simply my favorite read of the year. Tucholke is an author who just gets better and better. Read this now, and fall in love with the hero, the villain, and the liar.”
—Kendare Blake, New York Times bestselling author of Anna Dressed in Blood
“I can’t stop thinking about this story. Duplicitous characters, dark secrets, and complicated lies—Wink Poppy Midnight grabbed me from the first line and didn’t let go. Mysterious, beautifully written, and deeply seductive. I’m obsessed with this book.”
Virginia Boecker, author of The Witch Hunter
“Wink, Poppy, Midnight is quite possibly the best, most brilliant book I’ve had the pleasure of reading. A true gem featuring three multi-faceted characters that remind us we are all a little good, a little bad, and a whole lot of everything in between. This is a haunting, edge-of-your-seat psychological thriller—an undeniable masterpiece.”
—Victoria Scott, author of Fire & Flood
“A mesmerizing tale where I didn’t know who to trust, who to love, or who might die. Quite simply, Wink Poppy Midnight is everything I’ve ever wanted in a story. This will be your new favorite book.”
—Megan Shepherd, author of The Madman’s Daughter series
A lyrical, spellbinding love letter to the magic of storytelling. I devoured Tucholke’s highly addictive tale of monsters, heroes, and teenage angst in one sitting.
—Cat Winters, Morris Award finalist for In the Shadow of Blackbirds
August 18th, 2015
“Terrifying and new . . . this is satisfying, disturbing horror for the modern YA audience.”
“These chilling tales are full of suspense and dread that will haunt readers long after the last page has been turned.”
—School Library Journal
“Murderous neighbors, creepy bathtubs, and lots of blood . . . Full of thrills and chills [and] gross, creepy fun.”
—Kirkus Reviews *******
“Violet is both intuitive and naïve, capable of profound revelation . . . The faded opulence of the setting is an ideal backdrop for this lushly atmospheric gothic thriller, which, happily, comes with a satisfying conclusion. Darkly romantic and evocative.”
“The lush and polished prose, eerie locales, and pervading sense of dark unease are as engrossing as they were in the first installment.”
“Horror and romance blend seamlessly in Tucholke’s distinctive prose. . . Those already captured by Tucholke’s previous installment will not want to put this one down.”
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* “Tucholke’s gothic tone, plot, and setting, complete with a deteriorating estate full of dark family secrets, is reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier or YA fare such as Kami Garcia’s and Margaret Stohl’s Beautiful Creatures.”
–-SLJ starred review
* “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea is a stunning debut with complex characters, an atmospheric setting, and a distinct voice. Tucholke’s command of imagery and language is especially striking…Tucholke has real talent and, hopefully, will be writing for years to come.”
–VOYA starred review
* “People die; children stalk the cemetery with stakes; and strange, alluring River delights and frightens Violet in equal measure…the faded elegance that permeates almost every page, elevates this above more generic offerings of its type. Violet, too, has a quirky uniqueness that will draw readers, just as it draws River—for better or worse.”
–Booklist starred review
“Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” will slip under your skin and capture the darkest corners of your imagination. A hypnotic, terrifying debut.”
—Nova Ren Suma, author of Imaginary Girls, 17 & Gone, and The Walls Around Us.
“Tucholke’s story of devils, innocence, and family secrets is lush, and rhythmic as a song. Seductive with a capital ‘S’.”
—Kendare Blake, author of Anna Dressed in Blood, Girl of Nightmares, and Antigoddess.