Reviews for Amy Chelsea Stacie Dee:

“An intelligent, tense psychological drama.” -Kirkus

“Thompson expertly builds the novel’s tension to an unbearable pitch as she guides readers to a bittersweet, satisfying conclusion.” -Publisher’s Weekly

“Fans of realistic fiction and similar titles, such as Emma Donoghue’s Room, Lucy Christopher’s Stolen, and April Henry’s Girl, Stolen, will devour this novel.” -School Library Journal

“[A] traumatic, psychologically taut novel … Thompson deals honestly with the guilt and grief of Amy and her family, and, though grim, this tearjerker has a thankfully hopeful resolution.” - Booklist 

“Anyone interested in forensics, psychology, and family relations should definitely check out this powerful and well-written story that draws readers in page by page.” - VOYA teen reviewer

Reviews for Flicker and Mist: 

“Filled with vivid, fascinating magic and set in an intriguing world, FLICKER AND MIST is an exciting, thought-provoking, haunting novel that lingers long after you finish the last page.” - Sarah Beth Durst, author of THE QUEEN OF BLOOD

“This tale of mixed heritage and divided loyalties with an engaging heroine will appeal to fans of character-driven fantasy.” - Kirkus

“Thompson brings political corruption, racial profiling, and social justice to the foregront of this fast-paced fantasy, with just enough romance to provide a comfortable backdrop … Thompson’s imaginative descriptions of Flickering—the close bond between wetbeast and rider—and the sea-centered rituals of the island people combine to create a unique fantasy world with a rich history.” - Booklist

Flicker and Mist is a fast paced read full of excitement, action, and love. Myra is a wonderful protagonist and readers will quickly identify with her and her friends.” - Assembly on Literature for Adolescents of the NCTE

© Mary G. Thompson 2016