Books by Amy Ephron

CARNIVAL MAGIC by Amy Ephron
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 1, 2018

"For those who like their adventures comfortable and their wonders cozy. (Fantasy. 8-12)"
Two visiting American children are kidnapped by a runaway British carnival in this middle-grade fantasy sequel. Read full book review >
THE CASTLE IN THE MIST by Amy Ephron
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 7, 2017

"A sequel is suggested; beguiled readers will hope it happens. (Fantasy. 8-12)"
Although contemporary in setting, adult author Ephron's (Loose Diamonds, 2011, etc.) first children's book is a paean to classical English children's books of yore. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 6, 2011

"These bagatelles offer glittering diversion but little of lasting worth."
Sex and the City meets Erma Bombeck in this gossamer gathering of recollections from novelist Ephron (One Sunday Morning, 2005, etc.). Read full book review >
ONE SUNDAY MORNING by Amy Ephron
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 2005

"Bewitching in its tidy spareness and splendidly light touch."
A Whartonesque novel of manners about a group of pretty, self-absorbed, rich young people in New York City in the merry mid-1920s. Read full book review >
WHITE ROSE by Amy Ephron
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 1999

"A vivid embellishment of a true account, Ephron's story is quick and lively enough to outrun the tedium that's the bane of historical romances."
Another historical romp from novelist/screenwriter Ephron (A Cup of Tea, 1997, etc.), who this time takes us south of the border and over the waves to Cuba on the eve of the Spanish-American War. Read full book review >
A CUP OF TEA by Amy Ephron
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 1997

"Ephron should stick to what she knows."
Screenwriter/novelist Ephron (Biodegradable Soap, 1991, etc., and the film A Little Princess) claims that this tragic romance, set in WW-I New York, is inspired by a Katherine Mansfield story, but her sketchy characters, unconvincing historical detail, and hopelessly wooden prose hardly benefit by the comparison. Read full book review >