Beth Revis grew up in the Appalachian mountains with a cemetery in her backyard, which is probably why she prefers her stories to be dark and full of twists. She's the New York Times bestselling author of the Across the Universe trilogy, which has been translated into over twenty languages. Beth lives in a house full of boys--her husband, son, and two massive dogs--and she forces them all to watch reruns of Firefly and Doctor Who. Visit her at bethrevis.com and on Twitter @bethrevis.
"A story that's both heartbreaking and hopeful." --Publishers Weekly, starred review "The voices of both narrators are impossible to ignore as the lines between flawed visions and reality blur in a powerful revelation of the delusional and paranoid mind. Revis's account of grief, loss, first love, and anguish, presented through a lens of mental illness, is a must-read." --VOYA, starred review "A gripping exploration of a young man's struggle with delusions and grief." --Booklist "A page-turning psychological thriller." --Kirkus Reviews "A compelling peek into the darkest corners of mental illness." --School Library Journal "YA's answer to Shutter Island." --The Horn Book "A painfully brilliant and transporting read. This novel has the rare superpower to change and save lives." --Adam Silvera, New York Times bestselling author of More Happy Than Not "A World Without You tackles grief, mental illness, and family dynamics with both grace and generosity. I fell in love with Bo's story of perseverance in the face of seemingly endless struggle and was left brimming with hope. Readers will emerge from this book a little stronger than when they entered." --Emily Henry, author of The Love That Split the World "Beth Revis delivers us an astonishing shape-shifter of a tale that dazzles and startles at every tense turn. Themes of love, secrets, and heartbreak are woven into a taut and bewitching narrative that will pull you in and not let you go. Don't forget to breathe." --Adele Griffin, author of The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone "A World Without You is a beautiful, devastating, mind-bending adventure." --Suzanne Young, New York Times bestselling author of The Program series