About The Author

Victoria Schwab

Victoria is the product of a British mother, a Beverly Hills father, and a southern upbringing. Because of this, she has been known to say “tom-ah-toes,” “like,” and “y’all.” She also tells stories. She loves fairy tales, and folklore, and stories that make her wonder if the world is really as it seems.

Her first YA novel, THE NEAR WITCH, a dark original fairy tale, debuted with Disney Hyperion in August 2011, and is now out in paperback. Her next YA novel, THE ARCHIVED, is the first book in a new supernatural series about a world where the dead are shelved like books, and it’s been in stores since January 2013, also with Disney Hyperion.

Victoria’s first adult novel, VICIOUS, about two brilliant and highly disturbed pre-med students who set out to generate their own superpowers and end up mortal enemies, is out from Tor.

Books

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This Savage Song
Book #1 in Monsters of Verity Series
By Victoria Schwab

Be careful, this song might get right to your soul! It’s hard to put into words all the emotions I felt while and after reading this book. So, let’s do this instead… Think of your top favourite song, listen to it in your mind, let it fill your heart with passion, let it vibrate through your veins. Is your skin …

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The Unbound
Book #2 in The Archived Series
By Victoria Schwab

Surreal, that’s how this story is. Question time: when dreams and nightmares and life align together, how do you break free, how do you tell real from unreal? How do you find the force to move on when you are breaking apart? PROs: Victoria Schwab writes exquisitely, there’s such a vivid world created, so complex and dark and full of mystery …

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The Archived
Book #1 in The Archived Series
By Victoria Schwab

Wow, it will probably haunt me even in my dreams. I finished reading it and all I could think of was: how amazingly-beautiful the writing was, how imaginative the world, how full of emotion the main character.. Absolutely wonderful! Incredibly touching! “The Archived” tells a story of terrible loss – not necessary by the nature of it, but by the echoes …

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