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The Mirror People (Hazyscapes #2)


There’s nothing scarier than gazing into the darkness…only to see yourself gazing back.

"The Mirror People reads like a chill wind at your back, keeping pages turning swiftly. I loved how the story combines the Gothic with the Modern in the most strangely creepy ways. The tightly plotted twists are sure to have you questioning what you see in the shadows. Don’t be surprised if you start jumping at the sight of your own reflection…or the wide-eyed figure standing right behind you!"
—#1 New York Times Bestselling author Dan Poblocki 

“Kyle Sullivan mixes the paranormal with his gift for engaging young minds as only he can do.”

—Jim Harold, Host of The Paranormal Podcast and Jim Harold's Campfire 

Confined to her high-tech Silicon Valley mansion by a rare, untreatable condition, Linnda Thomas has always suspected her life was stranger than most. And that was before her creepy doppelgänger started slinking around her bedroom.

When this disturbing paranormal entity emerges from the shadows looking and sounding exactly like Linnda, the twelve-year-old is forced to unravel a mind-bending mystery that will forever transform her understanding of life itself.

Book #2 of the Hazyscapes middle-grade speculative fiction anthologyThe Mirror People is a thrilling, futuristic vision of lurking doppelgängers, uncanny technology, and one girl’s pursuit of the truth, even as her reality splinters apart with each mounting revelation.

Artist Bios

Kyle Sullivan is an award-winning children’s book author whose titles have sold more than a quarter million copies worldwide. Kyle writes middle-grade chapter books, picture books, and board books that appeal to parents, guardians, teachers, and librarians just as much as the young readers in their lives. His books include Get Dressed, Sasquatch!, Werewolf There Wolf!, Krampus Confidential, and Hobgoblin and the Seven Stinkers of Rancidia, which was named a Kirkus Best Book of 2019 and received a Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award. Kyle has an MA in English Literature from the University of British Columbia and a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Washington. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Cover artist George Bletsis is a professional illustrator living in Southern England. He is the illustrator of the best-selling Hazy Dell Press board book, I Believe In You, and produces a wide variety of art for film, TV, and videogames.

Reviews and Accolades

[Select praise for Hazyscapes #1: Bigfoot vs. Aliens]:

"A riveting fantasy novel in which love and empathy overcome differences to give Earth’s inhabitants the strength to face major obstacles."
—Foreword Reviews

"A fun, engrossing read."
—Jon Schafle, Huntsville-Madison County Public Library

When I tell you that this novel has everything, I truly mean it. Cryptids, aliens, forest spirits, humans, ESP, telekinesis, lasers, time travel, and a cat named Eureka—it’s all there. A cinematic and suspenseful adventure. Kyle Sullivan’s writing is fantastic; telling the tale though Bigfoot was an inspired choice. This will be a fun one to share with our young readers and I am definitely hoping to see further adventures featuring Bigfoot and Lou.”
—Douglas J. Beatty, Baltimore County Public Library

[Select praise for Kyle Sullivan's Hazy Fables middle-grade series]:

★ Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2019

★ Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award (2019)

★ Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award Finalist (2020)

★ Independent Publisher Book Award (2022)

★ “Readers will giggle through every page.”
—Kirkus Reviews, starred review

—The Seattle Times

“Highly recommended.”
—School Library Journal

“Like nothing you’ve ever read before.”
—Literary Features Syndicate

Reading Level

Reading level/interest: Ages 8 to 12

Lexile measure: 800L

F&P level: X

This book is aligned with Common Core Standards.

Specs and Details

The Mirror People is a 8"x5" chapter book, 175 pages, paperback.

ISBN: 9781948931441