Dirty Wings

St. Martin's Press. Summer 2014

BUY

Signed copies at WORD Bookstore

IndieBound

Nook

iBooks

Audible

PRAISE

Kirkus's 9 Unforgettable Page Turners for Teens

"I love Sarah McCarry's girls." —The Book Smugglers

"There pretty much aren't any positive messages." —Common Sense Media

"An achingly beautiful account of two seemingly mismatched friends." —The Chicago Tribune

"A bravura retelling of a classic myth." —Booklist

"A challenging, literary story about friendship that pulses with music and gorgeous prose." —Stacked

"Sarah McCarry's strange and gorgeous punk fairytales make magic accessible and imbue the everyday with the weight of myth. A joyous and heartbreaking journey to the dangerous crossroads of friendship and love, Dirty Wings left me in awe." —Bennett Madison, author of September Girls

"This is the kind of fevered and subversive story that teenage girls will pass around like cigarettes. Sarah McCarry is the patron saint of girls on the edge." —Erica Lorraine Scheidt, author of Uses for Boys

"Exquisitely crafted, moving effortlessly from dizzying to heartbreaking." —Kirkus (starred review)

REVIEWS

The Book Smugglers

The Chicago Tribune

This Ain't Livin'

Stacked

Kirkus


All Our Pretty Songs

St. Martin's Press. Summer 2013

All Our Pretty Songs is out now. You should order it from Word bookstore in Brooklyn, because they're the best.

BUY

Signed copies at WORD Bookstore

IndieBound

iBooks

Kobo

Audiobook

PRAISE

Tiptree Award Honor List

Booklist Top 10 Romance Fiction for Youth, 2013

YALSA 2014 Outstanding Book for the College Bound, Arts & Humanities

“McCarry's beautifully rich narrative is as smooth and seductive as Aurora and Jack can be.” —Booklist (starred review)

“Hypnotic and gritty.” —Cosmopolitan

“Haunting, otherworldly and heartbreaking.” —Kirkus (starred review)

“Good job.” —Neil Gaiman

“[McCarry is] the LeBron James of YA.” —Nathan Bransford

All Our Pretty Songs is a gorgeous, haunting tale of love and loss that manages not only to be deeply passionate, but desperately tender. The prose melts in your mouth.” —Tahereh Mafi

REVIEWS

Tor.com

School Library Journal

This Ain't Livin'

Book Smugglers

Kirkus

Stacked

Strange Ink