An incredibly rich book that is packed with mystery and hints of paranormal... Effortless and compelling. Birmingham Post Completely unlike any teen novel you've read. SugarScape I'm a huge fan of teenage and genre-busting books like Ultraviolet. Derby Telegraph
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About the Author
R. J. Anderson isn't trying to hide that she's female, she just thinks initials look cool. According to her mother she started reading spontaneously at the age of two; all she knows is that she can't remember a single moment of her life when she wasn't obsessed with stories. She grew up reading C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien, watching Doctor Who
from behind the sofa, and hanging out in her brothers' comic book shop. By the age of nineteen she had written her first novel, an epic fantasy/SF crossover featuring a spacefaring librarian, a herd of unicorns with poison horns and razor-sharp hooves, and a sword-wielding princess cursed with fatal beauty. Mercifully, Ultraviolet
is not that novel.