"The writing style is eloquent, and the characters are well developed, particularly Tara, who is struggling as the only Indian girl in an all-white school. Will appeal to readers who enjoy realistic fiction with a splash of sci-fi."
"School Library Journal"
Elegantly crafted and emotionally rich, "Mirror in the Sky" is a dazzling gift of a novel.
Nina LaCour, author of "Hold Still, The Disenchantments "and" Everything Leads to You"
From its first word, this book captivated me. Khorana weaves a story with nail-biting tension, mind-bending mystery, and stunning complexity. Rarely have I found myself so attached to such deeply flawed characters or so in love with those I once hated. Chilling, powerful, and real, "Mirror in the Sky"will have you thinking about all the tiny decisions that have shaped you and thrumming with the question, What if?
Emily Henry, author of"The Love That Split the World
""In her thought-provoking debut, Aditi Khorana brilliantly blends the speculative with the contemporary. What results is a story full of layers, and rich with characters so engaging and complex I continued to think about them long after I turned the final page.""
"Stephanie Garber, author of"Caraval"
Beautifully written, surprising and poignant, "Mirror in the Sky" is a book you will not soon forget. If there is an alternate Earth, another you has probably already read this and loved it.
Lynn Weingarten, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls""show more