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Savannah Brown is an American writer living in London. She's the author of two collections of poetry and two novels. The second novel, THE THINGS WE DON'T SEE, is out on June 24th with Penguin Random House savbrown.comtwitter: @savannahbrowninstagram: @savbrown
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The Things We Don't See
Savannah Brown - 2021-06-24
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In "The Things We Don't See," Mona Perry sets out to uncover the mystery behind the disappearance of promising singer Roxy Raines 34 years ago in the sleepy village of Sandown Bay. Armed only with a suitcase and microphone, Mona is determined to get to the bottom of the strange goings-on in this isolated community. As she delves deeper, it becomes clear that nothing is as it seems, including Mona's own past.
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Savannah Brown - 2020-10-08
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Delve into the beautifully philosophical and relatable poetry of "Sweetdark". Savannah Brown's second collection tackles the biggest questions of existence in the backdrop of London and the apocalypse. From the pursuit of vulnerability and pleasure to the dichotomy of a life full of both darkness and sweetness, these poems are both deep and accessible.
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Truth About Keeping Secrets
Na - 2019-03-07
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This gripping high school thriller explores the mysterious death of Sydney's psychiatrist father in a small Ohio town. As Sydney and the town's golden girl, June, grow closer, they uncover secrets that not everyone is happy about. With a page-turning plot and a captivating voice, THE TRUTH ABOUT KEEPING SECRETS is a must-read.
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Graffiti (and Other Poems)
Savannah Brown - 2017-08-01 (first published in 2016)
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This poetry collection by Savannah Brown captures the raw emotions and experiences of adolescence. Through examinations of anxiety, death, first loves, and first lusts, Graffiti serves as a comforting reminder to teenagers that they are not alone in their struggles. Written between the ages of sixteen and eighteen, Brown's vulnerable accounts provide insight into the complexities of this pivotal time in life.