NEW YORK (AP) — A 21-twelve months-gentle creator has agreed to a seven-figure deal for a pair of young adult novels.
Feiwel and Guests, an imprint of Macmillan Teenagers’s Publishing Community, offered Thursday that it may post Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé’s extremely anticipated debut, the thriller “Ace of Spades,” in June 2021. The creator also plans a second unique, at existing untitled.
Feiwel and Guests is calling “Ace of Spades” a mix of “Gossip Lady” and “Rating Out,” the account of two Sad students at an overwhelmingly white private faculty and the contrivance in which they discover caught up in a “annoying and lethal sport.”
“I’m hoping readers within the U.S. stumble on that Sad participants belong in reviews like ‘Gossip Lady’ and ‘Gorgeous Diminutive Liars,’ and that above all the pieces else we deserve chuffed endings,” Àbíké-Íyímídé, a London resident at existing attending college in Scotland, mentioned in an announcement.
Feiwel got North American rights to the 2 books. Usborne will originate Àbíké-Íyímídé’s work within the United Kingdom.