A cursed daughter. A stolen son. Time is running out.
When her four-year-old brother is kidnapped, Cassie Goodlight is determined to save him—even if it means learning the magic that nearly destroyed her mother.
But how can she beat a trickster sea goblin that taunts her at every turn? Cassie must find a way before a year is up or her brother will be lost forever.
And just who, or what, is the handsome stranger who keeps turning up in her life?
You’ll love the twist and turns in this tale of supernatural mystery and magic. Perfect for fans of The Paper Magician and Miss Peregrine’s.
Targeted Age Group: 14+
What was your inspiration for this book?
Ths is an odd story. I was in the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and they were having a big show of Henri Matisse's cut outs–which I love and was thrilled to be able to see in life rather than in the pages of a book. while ther, I saw a sketch titled, The Woman with Stars in her Hair. something about that title struck a chord with me. The next day, flying home to the US, I wrote the first 7,500 or so words of what became The Girl with Stars in her Hair. It was only the title that stuck. The book and the sketch have nothing to do with each other.
Why did you decide to produce an audiobook?
I was approached by Tantor Media.
How did you choose the reader for the book and the production company?
Tantor offered me the choice of a few narrators. As soon as I heard Piper Goodeve's audition, I knew she was my Cassie, the narrator of Girl with Stars.
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