17.83 David Almond A Song for Ella Grey

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A Song for Ella Grey

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Written in lyrical prose, this novel for fans of epic romances and mythology retellings explores themes of love, loss, fate, and destiny set against the dramatic and diverse backdrop of Northern England.
David Almond, recipient of the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Award, a Printz Honor for Skellig, and the Printz Award for Kit's Wilderness, has crafted an enchanting modern take on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice.
Claire and Ella and their friends are bound by ties so strong they seem unbreakable. Then the strange and handsome Orpheus strolls onto the beach, and he sings them all into an astonishing new understanding of themselves. Ella is caught the hardest, fastest, deepest--and Claire is left with the pain of looking on.
Raw, emotional, lyrical, funny, and true, A Song for Ella Grey is a tale of the joys, troubles, and desires of modern teens. It takes place in the ordinary streets of Tyneside and on the beautiful beaches of Northumberland. It's a story of first love, a love song that draws on ancient mythical forces. A love that leads Ella, Orpheus, and Claire to the gates of Death and beyond.

Winner of The Guardian Children's Fiction Prize

A PW Best Book of 2015

"Almond's lyrical narrative will sweep readers on a journey to unearthly, mysterious realms and back."--Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
"Innovative and dreamlike . . . and told in Almond's lyrical, distinctive prose. Teen readers of a literary bent and mythology enthusiasts will love this latest work."--School Library Journal, Starred Review
"Almond brings his hypnotic lyricism to this darkly romantic tale that sings of the madness of youth, the ache of love, and the near-impossibility of grasping death."--Kirkus Reviews

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"Almond's lyrical narrative will sweep readers on a journey to unearthly, mysterious realms and back."--Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
"Innovative and dreamlike . . . and told in Almond's distinctive prose. Teen readers of a literary bent and mythology enthusiasts will love this latest work."--School Library Journal, Starred Review

"Almond brings his hypnotic lyricism to this darkly romantic tale that sings of the madness of youth, the ache of love, and the near-impossibility of grasping death."--Kirkus Reviews
." . . captures the heady rush of reckless youth. Readers will likely be transfixed by this rhapsodic modern telling of a classic tragedy."--Booklist

"Almond's . . . prose seeps into your blood like word venom until you can't imagine reading anything else."--The Times (London)
"David Almond's books are strange, unsettling wild things--unfettered by the normal constraints of children's literature, beyond classification."--The Guardian

"Printz Award-winner Almond delivers another haunting, intricately-woven piece of literature."--VOYA

"The evocation of the desperate immediacy of adolescence itself . . . is artfully rendered."--The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

"An ode to the mad joy of youth, mortality and love."--Shelf Awareness

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