On 7th March, The Diviners by Libba Bray hits the shops in paperback (ps check out the new cover, we LOVE).
If you missed this incredible 1920s-set novel in hardback, now's the time to dive in and discover the wonderful writing of Libba Bray. Need convincing? Check out just some of the incredible reviews for The Diviners below.
‘Exquisitely crafted… a joy from start to end’
- Heat, Best New Series of 2012
'One kick-ass setting, a cast of brilliant characters, a host of amazing supernatural powers and one creepy-as-hell killer on the loose… rich, complex and addictive – an elaborate web of stories, winding together to create one masterpiece tapestry of a book’ – Guardian.co.uk
‘READ. . .sequined-packed, serial-killer thriller with supernatural overtones, think the Jazz Age meets Twilight – AND it’s the first part of a trilogy’
‘Packed with hilarious 1920s slang, snappy one-liners and intriguing period detail, this is a beautifully-crafted novel with a complex, twisting plot and plenty of creepy moments that will keep readers right on the edge of their seats. Introducing us to an intriguing ensemble cast of characters as well as wonderfully bright and breezy heroine in Evie – and of course, a truly terrifying villain’ – The Diviners is a hugely entertaining adventure that will leave readers eagerly anticipating the next instalment
‘The paranormal meets the roaring Twenties in the scary and posi-tute-ly amazing The Diviners… Better keep the lights on for this one!’
‘The paranormal meets the roaring Twenties in the scary and posi-tute-ly amazing The Diviners… Better keep the lights on for this one!’ Bliss‘Superb… She’s (Evie) posi-tute-ly (as she herself would say) the best heroine to have appeared in young adult fiction in recent years: witty, loyal and brave, she has powers of divination, and also loves escaping from nightclub raids and hanging out with chorus girls. Intoxicating, suspenseful, dark and funny, it’s a novel that teens (and grown-ups) will drink down in gulps’
- Literary Review
‘My children’s book of the year is, without a doubt, Libba Bray’s fantastically involving The Diviners, which features a flapper heroine and a killer back from the dead.’
- Telegraph Christmas Books of 2012
‘The Diviners by Libba Bray is posi-tute-ly the duck’s quack. Evie O’Neill is sharp as a tack and with a mouth like Dorothy Parker.’
- Sunday Telegraph