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A Scatter of Light by Malinda Lo
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Oct 04, 2022 | ISBN 9780525555285

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Praise

“Full of yearning, ponderances about art and what it means to be an artist, and self-revelation, A Scatter of Light has a simmering intensity that makes it hard to put down.”—NPR 

★ ”Raw and bittersweet … [an] expansive tale of yearning, self-discovery, and first love.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review

★ ”Aria’s story is…about what it means to be an artist, a friend, a daughter and a granddaughter, and about how identities of all kinds can converge and crystallize as part of the process of growing up.” —BookPage, starred review

“Last Night at the Telegraph Clubis an engrossing story of a young woman exploring her queerness during one summer in 2013 California.”—Shelf Awareness
“A Scatter of Light is not one but many love letters—to art, to first crushes, and to friendships that span decades and ground you while letting you grow.”—Booklist

“This deeply perceptive bildungsroman thoughtfully explores several absorbing topics, but first and foremost it is an intimate, exhilarating story of first love.”—Horn Book

Praise for Last Night at the Telegraph Club, a New York Times Bestseller and Winner of the National Book Award

“Lo’s writing is so rich you can practically feel the glow of neon bar lights radiating off the page.”—bestselling author Casey McQusiton for Entertainment Weekly

“A must-read.”—Us Weekly

“Lush, ambitious and layered, Malinda Lo’s sweeping historical novel is the queer romance we’ve been waiting for.”—Ms. Magazine

“This stunning work of historical fiction effectively depicts both the thrills of young queer love and the horrors of racism and the Red Scare.”—Boston Globe

“This queer coming-out and coming-of-age story reverberates with dangers, dilemma and a dream deferred.”—San Francisco Chronicle
 
“An enthralling historical lesbian romance.”—WBUR

“A joy to read.”—The Advocate

“Tender and meditative.”—Glamour

“Malinda Lo is an absolute icon.”—BuzzFeed

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