Krista Marino at Delacorte bought Amelie Wen Zhao's debut BLOOD HEIR, the first in a trilogy pitched as Anastasia meets Six of Crows, about a blood-bending, fugitive princess and a charismatic conman who forge an unlikely alliance to unmask and unravel the corruption gripping their kingdom—and to redeem themselves from the shadows of their pasts.
Liz Pelletier at Entangled bought Brenda Drake's ANALIESE RISING, pitched as The Da Vinci Code meets American Gods, about a teenage girl with the power to raise the dead who finds herself drawn into the middle of a battle between gods—and into the heart of a mischievous teenage boy.
Cat Onder at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt BFYR bought Crystal Smith's debut young adult fantasy trilogy starting with BLOODLEAF, following a princess who, in order to win back her crown, must unravel a centuries-old mystery tying her to an enigmatic prince and the unquiet ghost of an ancient queen.
Toni Markiet has bought Soman Chainani's 5th and 6th novels in The SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL series, completing the three books in the series' new Camelot Years arc and following the characters as they set out into the Endless Woods on their epic quests to achieve fairy tale glory.
T.S. Ferguson at Inkyard Press bought Adi Alsaid's BRIEF CHRONICLE OF ANOTHER STUPID HEARTBREAK, about a teen relationship columnist navigating life in the wake of a devastating breakup, and her decision to chronicle the planned breakup of another couple in the summer after they graduate from high school.
Inkyard Press/Harlequin bought Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings's ZENITH, in which an all-girl crew of thieving space pirates must stop a ruthless dictator bent on igniting a galaxy-wide war that would devour worlds.
Pete Knapp is a literary agent at Park & Fine Literary and Media.
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