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A feminist gut-punch of a book. Layered with twists and turns, Liggett keeps readers guessing until the very end. Expect to ugly cry and grit your teeth in frustration. If you prefer aduiobooks, this one should definitely be in your listening library.— Amanda
Fall 2019 Kids Indie Next List
“Liggett combines a dystopian society with a horrific survivor story and a dark fairy tale in The Grace Year. Young girls are believed to be magic, so they are forced into exile for their 16th year in order to release their powers. After their year away, they are expected to come back ready for a docile home life. But not all of them come home alive, and many come home changed. Liggett’s story is haunting and lyrical, an intriguing page-turner filled with love, brutality, violence, and hope.”
— Scott Lange, The Bookman, Grand Haven, MI