December 15, 2022

FACE THE NIGHT named one of the 100 Best Indie Books of the Year by Kirkus

Kirkus has named Alan Lastufka's Face the Night one of the 100 Best Indie Books of the Year in their latest issue.

Kirkus is the industry standard for professional reviews. Its services are utilized by everyone from small first-time indie authors, all the way up to the largest names in publishing. It’s also the publication that thousands of librarians, indie bookstore owners, and readers have used to find new titles since 1933.

Earlier this year, Face the Night received a starred review from Kirkus, an honor awarded to only 2% of all books they review. It was a fantastic way to start off the year, and this latest award is the perfect way to end the year.

Thank you to all the reviewers and everyone else who works hard to produce issues of Kirkus throughout the year. And thank you to all the readers who've read and supported Face the Night this year.

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