Books with a Strong Voice

Books With a Strong Voice
Editor Sharyn November, lead faculty for our Defining Your Voice workshop, shared this with us:

Each of these novels has a different, yet very distinct voice. Reading the first chapter of each is a good starting point; if you want to read more, read on!
Into the Dangerous World
John Barnes: Tales of the Madman Underground
Julie Chibbaro: Into the Dangerous World
Carolyn Coman: What Jamie Saw
S.E. Grove: The Glass Sentence
Emily Jenkins: Toys Go Out (any in this series)
Diana Wynne Jones: Howl’s Moving Castle, Fire and Hemlock
Susan Juby: The Truth Commission
Patrice Kindl: Owl in Love, Don’t You Trust Me?
David Klass: You Don’t Know Me
Kelly Link: Any of the stories in Pretty Monsters
E. Lockhart: We Were LiarsAlthea and Oliver
Cristina Moracho: Althea and Oliver
Nnedi Okorafor: Binti
Jason Reynolds: As Brave As You
Laura Ruby: Bone Gap
Laura Amy Schlitz: Princess Cora and the Crocodile
Elizabeth Wein: Code Name Verity
Ellen Emerson White: A Season of Daring Greatly

Posted on: April 10, 2017

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