Print: A Bookstore is proud to be working with Maine author, Deva Fagan to offer signed copies of her middle grade novels, Rival Magic and Nightengale.
To receive copies signed by the author, place your order with Print: A Bookstore. In the order comments during check-out, please include who you would like the book signed to. For any questions, reach out to our Children's Manager, Stephanie Heinz, at 207-536-4778 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in the interest of the safety of authors and staff, signatures and personalizations for books may be done on bookplates. If you would prefer a signed book and do not mind a delay before it is shipped, please let us know in the comments on your order. Thank you for your understanding!
Deva Fagan is the author of Nightingale, Rival Magic, Circus Galacticus and other books for young readers. She lives in Maine with her husband and her dog. When she’s not writing she spends her time reading, playing video games, doing geometry, and drinking copious amounts of tea. You can learn more about her books at www.devafagan.com
Praise For Rival Magic
"Full of fierce girls, fabulously fun magic, humor, and so much heart. I loved it!"
—Stephanie Burgis, author of The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart and Kat, Incorrigible
"Antonia's lively first-person narration lends immediacy and suspense to this compelling, complex adventure filled with capable, complex, brown-skinned women. Clever, fast-paced fantasy punctuated with surprising twists and plenty of girl power."
— Kirkus Reviews
Praise For Nightengale
"Fagan’s novel is well paced and will hold readers’ attention from the get-go. Lark has gumption and, despite her initial reluctance to assume the role and responsibilities thrust upon her, proves the perfect vessel for sympathetic character growth. Significant inclusion of science fiction and political activism elements complement the action in the book and will serve to appeal to a wide audience. . . . An entertaining, organic, action-packed combination of adventure, science fiction, and fantasy."
— Kirkus Reviews