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Carolyn Tara O'Neil's debut DAUGHTERS OF A DEAD EMPIRE, pitched as a reimagining of the Anastasia legend, following two young women as they flee from the Red Army at the height of the Russian Revolution—one a peasant and proud member of the Bolshevik party and the other a battered, bourgeoisie girl who's harboring a secret that could cost them their lives, to Mekisha Telfe ...more
Expected publication: 2021 by Roaring Brook Press
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Samm | Sassenach the Book Wizard
Fun fact: I feel a disruption in the universe every time a book is pitched as Anastasia or Romanov related. I need it.
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Good writing. Plot full of action. Well thought-out characters.
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I love the title and the aesthetic already! Hope to see the cover soon.
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Carolyn Tara O’Neil grew up in a tiny New York City apartment filled with thousands of books. Every Friday she went to the public library for even more reading material. She now lives in a slightly smaller NYC apartment with slightly fewer books, and still goes to the library every week.

In between then and now, Carolyn has lived in France, Spain, and Japan. She is happiest when in the woods or ch
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