Synopses & Reviews
?A gripping, funny, page-turning, pretty much perfect work of magical literature? (Neil Gaiman)?first time in trade paperback.
There are places in the world where darkness rules, where it?s unwise to walk. But there hadn?t been any trouble out at the lake for years, and Sunshine just needed a spot where she could be alone with her thoughts. Vampires never entered her mind.
Until they found her?
Step into Robin McKinleys thrilling, beautifully described world.
Jayne Ann Krentz
A smart, funny tale of suspense and romance.
San Francisco Chronicle
Sunshine takes everything we have always known about the menacing eroticism of pale men with sharp teeth, and throws it up into the air.
McKinley [balances] the dark drama with light touches of humor. Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer will feel at home, but McKinleys novel has its own originality and depth.
A good book with some nice little twists on the magic theme.
Kansas City Star
Well-written and exciting.
Rocky Mountain News
In her first novel for adults, the Newbery Medalist and bestselling author pens an exciting, beautifully written, erotic addition to the popular vampire genre. "A gripping, funny, page-turning, pretty much perfect work of magical literature."--Neil Gaiman.
About the Author
Robin McKinley has won various awards and citations for her writing, including the Newbery Medal for The Hero and the Crown
and a Newbery Honor for The Blue Sword
. Her other books include Sunshine
; the New York Times
bestseller Spindle's End
; two novel-length retellings of the fairy tale Beauty and the Beast
, Beauty and Rose Daughter
; and a retelling of the Robin Hood
legend, The Outlaws of Sherwood
. She lives with her husband, the English writer Peter Dickinson.