The Wicked King

The Wicked King by Holly Black

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Country: USA Born: 1971-11-10 American writer Holly Black (née Rigenbach) was born on January 20, 1971 in New Jersey. Growing up in a house where there were always many books, in an atmosphere of mysterious stories about fairy-tale creatures that her mother told him and her sister, Holly began writing poetry, stories and plays during her school years. Among her early works was also the science fiction novel Knights of the Silver Sun. After leaving school, she, along with her friend and future husband Theo Black, went to New Jersey, where she entered college. After graduating from New Jersey College with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature in 1994, Holly decided to pursue a second profession and began her librarianship at Rudgers State University, while working as an editor for medical journals in her spare time. In 1999, Holly married her high school friend Black, who by then had become famous as an illustrator and web designer. She appeared periodically in the role-playing game magazine 8d, and in 2002, Simon & Schuster, New York, published her first fantasy novel, Enchanted (originally titled Tithe: A Modern Faerie Tale).

which received favorable reviews from critics and was included in the American Library Association`s list of recommended reading for teens. The novels Valiant: A Modern Tale of Faerie, 2005 and Ironside: A Modern Faery`s Tale , 2007). The Brave novel was awarded the André Norton Prize for Achievement in Teen Literature and participated in the finals of the Mythopoeic Awards. Shortly after their successful debut, Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi, whom she met while working for 8d magazine, began a series of fantasy novels for children, Spiderwick. Chronicles ". In 2003, the first three books of the series were published at once - "The Mysterious Find", "The Clairvoyant Stone" and "The Secret of Aunt Lucinda". They were followed by the novels Iron Tree (2004) and Wrath of Mulgarat (2005), which topped the New York Times bestseller list. Later they released three accompanying books to this series, in which they provided additional information and talked about the fantastic creatures that inhabit the world they invented: "Arthur Spiderwick`s Guide to the Fantastic World around You", "Arthur Spiderwick`s Notebook for Fantastic Observations" (both - 2005), Eating and Caring for Elves (2006) and Songs of Nixie: Beyond the Chronicles of Spiderwick (2007). In 2008, a feature-length film was released based on the books by Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi "Spiderwick: The Chronicles", directed by Mark Waters. Official website: www.blackholly.com

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Country: USA Born: 1971-11-10 American writer Holly Black (née Rigenbach) was born on January 20, 1971 in New Jersey. Growing up in a house where there were always many books, in an atmosphere of mysterious stories about fairy-tale creatures that her mother told him and her sister, Holly began writing poetry, stories and plays during her school years. Among her early works was also the science fiction novel Knights of the Silver Sun. After leaving school, she, along with her friend and future husband Theo Black, went to New Jersey, where she entered college. After graduating from New Jersey College with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature in 1994, Holly decided to pursue a second profession and began her librarianship at Rudgers State University, while working as an editor for medical journals in her spare time. In 1999, Holly married her high school friend Black, who by then had become famous as an illustrator and web designer. She appeared periodically in the role-playing game magazine 8d, and in 2002, Simon & Schuster, New York, published her first fantasy novel, Enchanted (originally titled Tithe: A Modern Faerie Tale). which received favorable reviews from critics and was included in the American Library Association`s list of recommended reading for teens. The novels Valiant: A Modern Tale of Faerie, 2005 and Ironside: A Modern Faery`s Tale , 2007). The Brave novel was awarded the André Norton Prize for Achievement in Teen Literature and participated in the finals of the Mythopoeic Awards. Shortly after their successful debut, Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi, whom she met while working for 8d magazine, began a series of fantasy novels for children, Spiderwick. Chronicles ". In 2003, the first three books of the series were published at once - "The Mysterious Find", "The Clairvoyant Stone" and "The Secret of Aunt Lucinda". They were followed by the novels Iron Tree (2004) and Wrath of Mulgarat (2005), which topped the New York Times bestseller list. Later they released three accompanying books to this series, in which they provided additional information and talked about the fantastic creatures that inhabit the world they invented: "Arthur Spiderwick`s Guide to the Fantastic World around You", "Arthur Spiderwick`s Notebook for Fantastic Observations" (both - 2005), Eating and Caring for Elves (2006) and Songs of Nixie: Beyond the Chronicles of Spiderwick (2007). In 2008, a feature-length film was released based on the books by Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi "Spiderwick: The Chronicles", directed by Mark Waters. Official website: www.blackholly.com