Under the Poppy

Under the Poppy

by Kathe Koja

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BN ID: 2940157071417
Publisher: Roadswell Editions
Publication date: 09/27/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 426 KB

About the Author

Kathe Koja’s books include two sequels in the Under the Poppy trilogy, The Mercury Waltz and The Batsards' Paradise, as well as contemporary horror cult classics like The Cipher and Skin; her young adult novels include Buddha Boy, Talk and Kissing the Bee. Her work has been honored by the ALA, the ASPCA and with the Bram Stoker Award. Her books have been published in seven languages and optioned for film. She’s a Detroit native and lives in the area with her husband, artist Rick Lieder. She also runs Loudermilk Productions, creating site-specific immersive events including performances of Faustus and her own adaptation of Under the Poppy.

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Under the Poppy 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Under the Poppy is a truly wonderful book, I got it from my library and I've barelyI been able to stop reading! Yes, it is a long book, but that just means you get more story. ;) I'll admit I haven't finished it yet (I'm only 78 pages in), but I'm already so madly in love with the characters and the story; it is beautiful and introduces you to a dark, compelling, magical world where anything can happen! On the back of the cover when it calls the Poppy a 'guilty pleasure' they weren't kidding~! And it's only shown the barest sparks of Rupert and Istvan's romance! I cannot wait to read what happens next! So far I love Under the Poppy, and I think you should give it a try. And who knows, maybe you'll love it too :3
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but eventually got so slow I never finished it. It's a huge book.