I’m Corinne Duyvis, Amsterdam-based author of science fiction and fantasy.
My debut YA fantasy novel Otherbound was released in June 2014; it received four starred reviews, won the Bisexual Book Award, and was a Junior Library Guild selection. My second novel, an apocalyptic YA sci-fi called On the Edge of Gone – released in March 2016 – received three starred reviews and was a Kirkus Best Book of 2016. Both are published by Amulet Books/ABRAMS.
My third novel, Guardians of the Galaxy: Collect Them All released in April 2017; it’s an original prose novel set in the Marvel universe.
SFX Magazine (SFX Loves selection) on On the Edge of Gone
OTEOG: Chicago Tribune
Duyvis creates a distinctive, nuanced voice for the autistic narrator of On the Edge of Gone.
The Chicago Tribune
Original and compelling; a stunning debut.
Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on Otherbound
Insightful, suspenseful, and unsettling in its plausibility.
School Library Journal (starred review) on On the Edge of Gone
… subtle, nuanced examinations of power dynamics and privilege.
Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books (starred review) on Otherbound
Duyvis makes ingenious use of a fascinating premise.
Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Otherbound
Superbly nuanced … nerve-racking adventure … life-affirming science fiction.
Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on On the Edge of Gone
OTEOG: Laura Ruby
Denise’s raw, honest voice and her gripping story will stay with me for a long, long time.
Printz Award-winning author Laura Ruby on On the Edge of Gone
Every aspect of [Duyvis’s] work is nuanced, thoughtful, and three-dimensional.
Strange Horizons on Otherbound
On the Edge of Gone is a rare gem of a book.
[T]his is an intelligent, satisfying YA novel.
SFX Magazine on Otherbound
Otherbound is a complex, ambitious and engaging debut … The author can only be described as an amazingly gifted writer.
The Book Smugglers
Duyvis’s tension-filled [On the Edge of Gone] brings a complex moral center to the end of the world.
It’s a riveting apocalyptic thriller with substantial depth.
Publishers Weekly on On the Edge of Gone