Books by Michelle Lovric

THE TRUE AND SPLENDID HISTORY OF THE HARRISTOWN SISTERS by Michelle Lovric
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 12, 2014

"A dazzling, sometimes-lurid yet always lively adventure, indeed."
The Seven Swiney Sisters of Harristown, Ireland, thrillingly rise from starvation to stardom.   Read full book review >
THE MOURNING EMPORIUM by Michelle Lovric
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 14, 2012

"This steampunk-ish tome—rife with Victorian bilge water and colossal squid gore—will best serve those who enjoyed the first. (author's note; 'What's Real and What's Made Up?') (Fantasy. 10-14)"
After thwarting the supernaturally malevolent Bajamonte Tiepolo's plan for Venice's annihilation in The Undrowned Child (2011), Teodora and her friend Lorenzo again find themselves, and the city, targets of destruction. Read full book review >
THE UNDROWNED CHILD by Michelle Lovric
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 9, 2011

"A teeming, action-packed fantasy liberally laced with Venetian history, for strong readers of both sexes; a sequel awaits. (Fantasy. 11-14)"
Teodora, a bookish girl with a complex destiny, joins with Renzo, a Venetian boy, to battle the city's impending destruction. Read full book review >
THE REMEDY by Michelle Lovric
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 22, 2005

"Despite the merciless plot twists, Lovric's real fascination is with the cities she describes in loving if endless detail."
Lovric's second historical novel (The Floating Book, 2004) travels between London and Venice to follow a Venetian actress's unconventional romance with a British entrepreneur/criminal in the late 1700s. Read full book review >
THE FLOATING BOOK by Michelle Lovric
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 2004

"Maddeningly over the top and self-important, but as seductive as Venice."
A mix of fact and fiction juxtaposes the brief life of Roman poet Catullus with the sensation caused by the first printed edition of his highly charged poetry in 15th-centuryVenice. Read full book review >