Need

Need

by Carrie Jones (Author)

Synopsis

Zara collects phobias the way other high school girls collect Facebook friends. It's little wonder, since she's had a fairly rough life. Her father left when she was a baby, her stepfather just died and her mother's almost given up - in fact, she's sent her to live with her grandmother in cold and sleepy Maine to 'keep Zara safe'. Zara doesn't think she's in danger; she thinks her mother just can't cope. Zara's wrong. The man she sees everywhere - the tall, creepy guy who points at her from the side of the road - is not a figment of her imagination. He's a pixie. But not the cute, sweet kind with little wings. Maine's got a whole assortment of unbelievable creatures. And they seem to need something - something from Zara...

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 320
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Published: 01 Feb 2010

ISBN 10: 1408807408
ISBN 13: 9781408807408
Children’s book age: 12+ Years
Book Overview: New York Times Bestseller Online marketing - mini-site www.needpixies.com, big buzz on Facebook, a teaser trailer and blog. Carrie Jones is all over the web 60,000 hardback copies in print in the US

Media Reviews
'Carrie Jones is the real thing: a talented author. Her detailing is exquisite, her powers of observation, superb' Tim Wynne-Jones, author 'If you asked Stephen King and Stephenie Meyer to co-author a book, they would come up with Need' Justine magazine 'An entertaining compelling thriller ... A winning combination for KS3 readers' School Librarian 'Teenagers feeling bereft after the end of the Twilight series will find some solace in Need ... The creepy atmosphere of Maine is well crafted and there are some enjoyably quirky characters' Bookfest
Author Bio
Carrie Jones is an award-winning author, who recently graduated from Vermont College's MFA programme. She is the author of the YA novels Girl, Hero; Love (and Other Uses for Duct Tape) and Tips on Having a Gay (Ex)-Boyfriend, which was nominated for a YALSA Quick Pick and won the Maine Literary Award as well as the Independent Book Publisher Award (the IPPY).