L. M. Poplin
Book Two: Penny Found
"One of those rare occasions where the sequel is better than
the first book."
- Avalinah's Books
"An engrossing, Dickensian-like historical adventure that will keep readers on the edge of their seats!"
– Jill Caugherty, author of Waltz in Swing Time
"In this fast-action, page-turner, Penn struggles to survive and complete her mission, while determining friends from foes."
– Muriel Ellis Pritchett, author Drowning Days
Book One: Penny Lost
Fourteen-year-old Penelope Clark thinks she’s invisible, but really she’s a Fatechanger—she just doesn’t know it yet.
"Fatechanger is well written and delivers a very entertaining story to those lucky enough to discover this gem." -Authors Reading
"It's like a good drama, things just keep rolling and you kind of fall in love with the characters. I can't wait for part two."
“Five stars. Very enjoyable.” – Nonstop Reader
When she’s not traveling, riding her bike, or working on the next book in the Fatechanger series, L. M. Poplin can be found teaching classes in writing and literature at Berklee College of Music. Born and raised in California, she earned her M.F.A. in creative writing from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, where she now lives with her husband, son, and cat.