Oct 1, 2009
Holly Black has just released the second book in her Good Neighbors trilogy, Kith. With a year-long space between the release of each of the books (the final book, Kind, will be out in October of 2010), fans have a long wait for their fix, but it’s worth it. The first book in the series, Kin, was nominated for an Eisner Award and became a big cross-seller, attracting both Black’s large prose following (who love her for her work on The Spiderwick Chronicles, among others) as well as gaining new readers intrigued by her dark, macabre tale of Rue, who finds out that her mother is a fairy and her grandfather, Aubrey, is an evil, malicious, and powerful being with huge plans. We talked to Black about the second book in the series, Kith.