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Francisco X. Stork is the author of Marcelo in the Real World, winner of the Schneider Family Book Award for Teens and the Once Upon a World Award; The Last Summer of the Death Warriors, which was named to the YALSA Best Fiction for Teens list and won the Amelia Elizabeth Walden Award; Irises; and The Memory of Light, which received four starred reviews. He lives near Boston with his wife. You can find him on the web at www.franciscostork.com and @StorkFrancisco.
Praise for The Memory of Light * "Stork further marks himself as a major voice in teen literature by delivering one of his richest and most emotionally charged novels yet." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review * "Stork writes sensitively about Vicky's journey from near death to shaky recovery . . . . A subject that needs the discussion Stork's potent novel can readily provide." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review * "Accurate, heartbreaking, and hopeful . . . . A beautiful read." -- School Library Journal, starred review * "Undeniable emotional strength and an encouraging, compassionate message. Stork writes his characters with authenticity and respect . . . . Highly rewarding." -- Booklist, starred review Praise for Marcelo in the Real World "[A] brisk, brilliant, unsentimental novel." -- Robert Lipsyte, New York Times Book Review * "Stork introduces ethical dilemmas, the possibility of love, and other 'real world' conflicts, all the while preserving the integrity of his characterizations and intensifying the novel's psychological and emotional stakes. Not to be missed." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review * "It is the rare novel that reaffirms a belief in goodness; rarer still is one that does so this emphatically." -- The Horn Book Magazine, starred review Praise for The Last Summer of the Death Warriors * "Stork's latest marks him as one of the most promising young adult authors of the new decade." -- The Horn Book, starred review "Complicated yet ultimately endearing characters are a Francisco Stork standard. His latest novel doesn't disappoint." -- Chicago Sun-Times