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Hannah Moskowitz Books In Order

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Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Break (2009)Description / Buy at Amazon
Invincible Summer (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Zombie Tag (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Gone, Gone, Gone (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Teeth (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Marco Impossible (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Not Otherwise Specified (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
A History of Glitter and Blood (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Gena/Finn (With: Kat Helgeson) (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
3 (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Wild (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Salt (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Sick Kids In Love (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Sugar Summer (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Love Song of Ivy K. Harlowe (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
We Are Your Parents (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Anthologies

Fifty First Times(2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Violent Ends(2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Life Inside My Mind(2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Our Stories, Our Voices(2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
It's a Whole Spiel: Love, Latkes, and Other Jewish Stories(2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Fools In Love(2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Hannah Moskowitz
Author Hannah Moskowitz was born in Silver Spring, Maryland on April 12, 1991. She was first published when she was a junior in high school.

Hannah penned her first story at the age of seven for a contest. It was about a kitten named Lilly who was on the run from some cat hunters. The story was disqualified for violence.

Publishing is something that makes her confused and frustrated and indignant, yet she loves every single minute of it. Most of the time, anyway.

“Gone, Gone, Gone” won a Stonewall Honor, and “Not Otherwise Specified” was named the YA Bisexual Book of the Year. “Break” was listed on the ALA’s list of Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults in the year 2010.

Hannah’s debut novel, called “Break”, was released in the year 2009. She writes young adult romance and young adult fantasy novels.

“Break” is the first stand alone novel and was released in the year 2009. Jonah is on a mission to break all the bones in his body. Everybody knows that broken bones will grow back stronger than before. Jonah wants to be stronger, needs it actually, since everything around him continues to fall apart. Breaking, then healing. It is Jonah’s sole way to cope with all of the stresses of girls, home, and the world that is on his shoulders.

Jonah’s self-destructive spiral increases and he finally hits rock bottom, is he going to find true strength or is he going to surrender to his breaking point?

Hannah has a poet’s sensibilities in her terse and tight sentences, picking each and every word for its merit rather than the beauty of its sound when it rolls off of the tongue. She is a truly unique writer and this is a good and fast read, and her characters are three dimensional and very relatable and the central idea is insane yet well done.

“Zombie Tag” is a stand alone novel and was released in the year 2011. Will desperately wants his big brother to return from the dead. Thing about zombies, though, is that they don’t really make for the best of siblings.

Wil Lowenstein, thirteen years old, copes with the death of his brother by focusing on Zombie Tag, a mafia/capture the flag hybrid game where he and his buddies battle brain-eating zombies with their mom’s spatulas. What Wil isn’t telling anyone is that if he was able to bring his deceased brother back as a zombie, he’d do it immediately. When Wil discovers a way to summon all of the dead within a five mile radius, he is surprised to find his back-from-the-dead brother is now distant and emotionless.

Hannah catches that time between childhood and young adulthood so perfectly and then she is able to link it to the experiences of the reader while making it look so natural and easy. There is also a surprisingly deep message about such things like acceptance, grief, and loss. The characters and story are both beautiful, and readers had a blast as they were reading it.

“Gone, Gone, Gone” is a stand alone novel and was released in the year 2012. In the aftermath of the post-9/11 sniper shootings, a fragile love finds a stronghold.

Just one year after 9/11. Sniper shootings throughout the whole D.C. area have got everybody on edge, and attempting to make sense of all these random acts of violence. All the while, Craig and Lio are attempting to make sense of their own lives.

Craig is crushing on distant and quiet Lio, and is just preoccupied with what it meant when Lio planted a kiss on him. And if he is going to do it again. As well as if kissing Lio is going to finally help him get over Cody, his ex-boyfriend.

Lio feels the most alive when he is with Craig. He forgets all about his dead brother, his broken family, and the messed up world. Being with Craig means he has to be vulnerable. Lio is going to need to figure out whether or not love is worth such a risk.

“Teeth” is a stand alone novel and was released in the year 2013. Be careful just what you believe in.

Rudy’s life has been flipped upside down after his family moves to the isolated island in a final attempt to try saving his sick younger brother. Rudy, who has nothing to do but worry, sinks deeper into loneliness and stays awake just listening to the screams of the ocean under his family’s rickety home.

Then he meets Diana, a girl that makes him wonder what he really knows about love, and Teeth, who makes him wonder what he actually knew about anything. Rudy is unable to recall when he last felt so connected to somebody, but being buddies with Teeth is more than just a bit complex. He quickly learns that Teeth has some terrible secrets. Violent ones. Secrets that are going to force Rudy to pick between his brother’s life and his own happiness.

“Marco Impossible” is a stand alone novel and was released in the year 2013. Marco and Stephen, best friends, know a bit about impossible missions. It is thanks to them that lost puppies get returned, some cell phone thieves at school are caught, gym uniforms get lent out to the forgetful thirteen-year-old masses.

Marco learns that Benji, the dream exchange student that he has a crush, and his band are playing the high school prom. He gets Stephen to help crash prom and get Marco onstage in order to profess his love for Benji. Not all heists run smoothly, as any veteran operative knows. Stephen has gotten sick of Marco calling the shots 99.7% of the time, and he is particularly tired of being the sidekick all the time.

To top it off, Stephen and Marco have to act quickly, before Benji returns to England at the end of the year. Despite these two boys being experts in the field of espionage, it will take an impossible mission in order to pull this maneuver off.

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