Not only was there a full page review of Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders in The New York Times Book Review, but the book was an Editor’s Choice as well.
The latest from Bridget Asher — All of Us and Everything — gets a glowing review from Kirkus.
See the trailer for Julianna Baggott’s new novel, Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders. The book goes on sale Tuesday, August 18! You can pre-order your copy now at any of your favorite on-line book sellers.
Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonder is in the current issue of Cosmopolitan magazine! “The hunt for lit-genius Wolf’s final book is so on.” – Cosmopolitan magazine
Kirkus Reviews gives HARRIET WOLF’S 7th BOOK OF WONDERS a brilliant review. Here’s a glimpse of what they have to say, “Moments of heartbreak balance moments of hilarity in Baggott’s ambitious portrait of a family created from equal parts secrecy and love.” More wonderful things written here. For more info: click here.
Julianna Baggott’s forthcoming novel, Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders, has been selected by Entertainment Weekly as one of the 10 Big Fat Beach Reads to look out for this summer. To get more information, click here.
Julianna’s latest novel is getting rave pre-pub reviews. With a publication date of August 18, 2015, you can preorder now! Click here for more information.
Author of the “Pure” trilogy, a bleak and gorgeously rendered dystopian tale, Baggott here does something arrestingly different. Reclusive author Harriet Wolf is long dead, but rumors of a final, revelatory book left unpublished are still very much alive. Harriet; her fiercely protective daughter, Eleanor; and Eleanor’s grown daughters, runaway rebel Ruth, and Tilton, now
“‘All stories worth telling are love stories,’ a character says Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders. This novel about a famous writer’s lost manuscript, the complex legacy of family secrets, and—yes—a love story that unfolds across generations is inventive, playful, and deeply affecting.” —Christina Baker Kline, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Orphan Train “Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book
Baggott accepts Jenks Chair Julianna Baggott has accepted the William H.P. Jenks Chair in Contemporary American Letters at the College of the Holy Cross. She will start in the fall. It’s a two-to-five year appointment that allows her to keep her close ties to Florida State University where she’ll still be working with graduate students