"Engrossing. Filled with nightmarish dreamscapes and menacing villains, it also treads the tender terrain of family....Highly recommended "--Kendare Blake, New York Times bestselling author of Three Dark Crowns
"Darkly seductive. Sarah Porter's writing glitters and her storytelling stuns in this twisted tale of siblings, love, and death." --Stephanie Garber, New York Times bestselling author of Caraval
"Porter offers a poignant consideration of how far we will go for the people we love." --School Library Journal, starred review
"A wildly innovative, whip-smart, and utterly spellbinding testament to family, memory, and love--and the messes and miracles of each--poised to possess legions of readers." --Booklist, starred review
A TEENAGE GIRL CALLS HER BELOVED OLDER BROTHER BACK FROM THE GRAVE, WITH DISASTROUS CONSEQUENCES....
Haunted by her dead brother, unable to let him go, Ruby must figure out whether his nightly appearances in her dreams are the answer to her prayers--or a nightmare come true...
He's always been jealous of his dashing older brother. Now Everett must do everything he can to save his twin sister Ruby from his clutches.
Charming, handsome, and manipulative, Dash has run afoul of some very powerful forces in the Land of the Dead. His only bargaining chips are Ruby and Everett. At stake is the very survival of the Bohnacker family, bodies and souls....
"A haunting tale of possession that explores the ghostly landscape of dreams and nightmares--but more importantly, the particular dynamics among siblings, both oppressive and redemptive." --Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Sarah Porter is a writer, artist, and freelance teacher who lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two cats. She is the author of the Lost Voices Trilogy (Lost Voices, Waking Storms, The Twice Lost) in addition to Vassa in the Night--all for the teen audience. She has an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from City College.