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Hayden Thorne
Hayden Thorne has lived most of her life in the San Francisco Bay Area though she wasn't born there (or, indeed, the USA). She's married with no kids and three cats, is a cycling nut (go Team Garmin!), and her day job involves artwork, crazy (read: incomprehensibly fun) coworkers who specialize... show more



Hayden Thorne has lived most of her life in the San Francisco Bay Area though she wasn't born there (or, indeed, the USA). She's married with no kids and three cats, is a cycling nut (go Team Garmin!), and her day job involves artwork, crazy (read: incomprehensibly fun) coworkers who specialize in all kinds of media, and the occasional strange customer requests involving papier mache fish with sparkly scales. She's a writer of young adult fiction, specializing in contemporary fantasy, historical fantasy, and historical genres. Her books range from a superhero fantasy series to reworked folktales to Victorian ghost fiction. Her themes are coming-of-age, with very little focus on romance (most of the time) and more on individual growth with some adventure thrown in.

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The Novel Approach Reviews
The Novel Approach Reviews rated it 6 years ago
Eric Plath lives in his own personal Gotham, a place in which gloom fairly oozes from every crack in the sidewalks, seeping from every pore of the bricks and mortar that fill its landscape. Vintage City is its environment—dingy, dank, with an air of chemical waste rising from its bowels. It’s a plac...
The Novel Approach Reviews
The Novel Approach Reviews rated it 6 years ago
From the unexpected representation of a young man’s destiny to the agony and realization and eventual discovery of his true self, Benedict is a story of surprises and of the burgeoning promise of young love set in a place of magic and imagination. This is Hayden Thorne at some of her allegorical bes...
The Novel Approach Reviews
The Novel Approach Reviews rated it 6 years ago
4.5 StarsHelleville is Hayden Thorne at her creative and imaginative best, delivering a story that’s brimming with twists and turns and more than a few surprises that, in the end, gave me a very smug sense of satisfaction, in a “HA! So, take that” kind of way, which I loved to bits. There are lesson...
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3 1/2 - 4 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/Blythe is fifteen and his sister Molly has decided it is time for him to start work, turfed out of bed every morning at dawn to sell bread is not Blythe’s idea of a decent job, but Molly is insistent that B...
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4 HeartsFirst published at MM Good Book ReviewsThis book is part of a series and is best read in order. Eric is struggling to come up with a birthday gift for his superhero boyfriend, Peter; the guy who has everything he could ever want. So, Eric with the help of a few of his superhero friends sets ...
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