The San Francisco Chronicle reviews Bones of Faerie and carrieryan‘s The Forest of Hands and Teeth! “Global catastrophe via otherworldly spells isn’t at the top of most lists of how the world might end, but Simner makes the most of her darkly clever conceit. ‘Bones of Faerie’ has plenty of action, but it is most affecting in its quieter moments, especially when Liza discovers what has become of her little sister. Simner’s first novel for young adults is a completely self-contained tale, but its milieu is ripe for further exploration.”
Justine Magazine calls Bones “haunting” and “memorable.”
Recent interview on Blogging the Muse.
I recently shared my thoughts on what I’m reading now (or what I was reading then–Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms) over on Writers Read.