I'm from Nowhere (Paperback)

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I'm from Nowhere (Paperback)

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It’s always been just Wren and her mother, Hannah. But when Hannah receives a reporting assignment in Greenland, Wren is shipped to Hardwick Hall, Hannah’s alma mater, the boarding school she’s refused to discuss for as long as Wren can remember. After Wren is unsuccessful at befriending her stuck-up suitemate, Honor, she finds an escape in riding horses and in hanging out with cute rowers, like the adorably crinkly-eyed Nick. She finds her niche in the campus’s underground music scene with Chazzy, a darkly hilarious fellow musician. But soon clues about her mother’s dark past threaten to destroy Wren’s new life.
Suzanne Myers was born in Philadelphia and grew up in Toronto, Canada. She is a graduate of Princeton University and USC Film School. Her film Alchemy won the Grand Jury Award for Narrative Feature at the SXSW Film Festival. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, two sons, and two dogs. Stone Cove Island was her debut novel.
Product Details ISBN: 9781616957063
ISBN-10: 1616957069
Publisher: Soho Teen
Publication Date: January 10th, 2017
Pages: 304
Language: English
Praise for I'm From Nowhere

"There is so much to admire about this novel, and Wren's voice—so honest and straightforward—won me over from the start. Get ready to fall in love with Wren Verlaine!"
—Jennifer E. Smith, bestselling author of The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

"Family secrets, music, boarding school, horses—I'm From Nowhere has something for every reader. Suzanne Myers's wonderful Wren captured me from page one—I loved this gem of a book." 
—Kim Culbertson, award-winning author of Catch a Falling Star

"Wren is a character that does not run with the popular crowd but skirts it just enough that many teen girls can relate to her. Her relationships with guys are both interesting and careful, making it an easy one to recommend to young teen girls looking for romances with a little drama."
—VOYA Magazine

"A reminder of the mystery, challenges, and achievements that come with growing up."
Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine

"[Wren] has the courage to plunge in and swim, making her a heroine readers are willing to follow and root for . . . A cleanly and confidently written coming-of-age story."
The New York Journal of Books

"Wren, a budding guitarist and singer . . . struggles with the usual fish-out-of-water issues [at Hardwick Hall] . . . [and] discovers the joy of horseback riding and finds a true friend in Chazzy, a talented and daring singer . . . warm and believably complex." 
Kirkus Reviews


Praise for Stone Cove Island


*A Kids' Indie Next Pick*

"[Has] a final, stunning twist . . . Taut and atmospheric."
—Center for Children's Books

"An atmospheric thriller where nothing is as it seems, and everyone has a twisted secret to hide, Stone Cove Island keeps you guessing from page one."
—Kate Brian, New York Times bestselling author of the Private series

"Don't just tell me a mystery; give me a world. Suzanne Myers delivers a hurricane-ravaged island shimmering with atmosphere and dense with secrets. This tight, terrific tale had me turning pages all night long."
—Judy Blundell, National Book Award-winning author of What I Saw and How I Lied