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Penguin, May 13, 2010 - Young Adult Fiction - 144 pages
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Madeleine and Rogan are first cousins, best friends, twinned souls, each other’s first love. Even within their large, disorderly family—all descendants of a famous actress—their intensity and passion for theater sets them apart. It makes them a little dangerous. When they are cast in their school’s production of Twelfth Night, they are forced to face their separate talents and futures, and their future together. This masterful short novel, winner of the World Fantasy Award, is magic on paper.

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Summary: Rogan and Maddy are two of the youngest members of the wealthy Tierney family, first cousins descended from a famous actress. They're closer than cousins normally are: Maddy is in love with ... Read full review

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Holy wow. I'm really glad this was novella length because if it had been anymore I probably couldn't have handled it. Beautiful, magical, intense, masterful, and I could go on and on. It's a world I never want to leave. Just fantastic. Utterly amazed. Read full review

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Elizabeth Hand lives in Lincolnville, Maine. Her adult novels have won the Shirley Jackson Award, two World Fantasy Awards, and two Nebula Awards. Viking will publish her next book, Wonderwall, in 2011.

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