Gabrielle Zevin was raised by parents who took her to the library like it was church. She suspects that is why she became a writer. Her career began at age fourteen when an angry letter to her local newspaper about a Guns 'n' Roses concert resulted in a job as a music critic. Over eight novels for adults and young people, she has written about female soldiers in Iraq, mafia princesses in retro-future New York City, teenage girls in the afterlife, talking dogs, amnesiacs, and the difficulties of loving one person over many years. Her last novel, The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry, was a New York Times bestseller.
I was captivated . . . a touching, funny and uplifting novel. - Psychologies, for THE STORIED LIFE A.J. FIKRYA warm and uplifting story which manages to be witty and quietly subversive while avoiding the pitfalls of sentimentality - Mail on Sunday