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Courtney Summers was born on 1986 in Belleville, Canada, is a Novelist. Discover Courtney Summers's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 34 years old?

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Her novel Sadie tells the story of a teenager whose little sister was murdered and her desire for revenge against the man she believes killed her. The book was released on September 4, 2018, and is told from two perspectives: some chapters offering Sadie's point of view and some chapters being styled as transcripts from a podcast. The release of the book was accompanied by the release of a mock true-crime podcast titled The Girls: Find Sadie which is available on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher. Sadie became a New York Times bestseller on September 29, 2018, and has been awarded the 2019 Edgar Award for Best Young Adult literature from the Mystery Writers of America. Sadie also won the 2019 Odyssey Award from the American Library Association.


Summers' fifth novel, All the Rage, was her hardcover debut and published in April 2015. It was chosen as the sixth official selection of Tumblr's Reblog Book Club and received starred reviews from Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly and School Library Journal. It was also named a Spring 2015 Junior Library Guild Selection.

On April 14, 2015, to mark the release of All the Rage, Summers launched the hashtag campaign #ToTheGirls, encouraging people to send messages of support and positivity to girls across social media. #ToTheGirls trended worldwide on Twitter. Notable press coverage included The Today Show and it was named one of the most important feminist hashtags of 2015 by Mic News.


This is Not a Test was published June 2012 and was set during the zombie apocalypse. Prior to its release, all of Summers' novels were contemporary and realistic. This is Not a Test received a starred review from Publishers Weekly and was optioned for television by Sony. Summers announced that a script was currently in development in April 2015. In January 2015, Summers released an e-novella sequel to This is Not a Test, Please Remain Calm.


Her third novel, Fall for Anything, was published in December 2010 and received starred reviews from Kirkus Reviews and Booklist.


Her first novel, Cracked Up to Be, was published in December 2008 and was the 2009 Cybils Award Winner for YA Fiction. Her sophomore novel, Some Girls Are, was published in January 2010, and received starred reviews from Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly, School Library Journal and was a 2010 Goodreads Choice Nominee in the YA Fiction category. Both novels were repackaged as a 2-in-1 edition titled What Goes Around in September 2013.


Courtney Summers (born 1986 in Belleville, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian writer of young adult fiction. Her most famous known works are Cracked Up to Be, This is Not a Test, All the Rage, and Sadie.