Belief is a powerful magic.
Valerie Diaz has a power that she can't contain, and it's killing her. Bounced between foster homes and the streets, she only has time to concentrate on staying alive. But a visit from the imaginary friend of her childhood opens a world of possibilities, including a new life half a universe away on a planet that is bursting with magic.
The Society of Imaginary Friends follows Valerie on a journey that straddles two worlds. In order to survive, she must travel many light years away to a land where anything is possible. On the Globe, imaginary friends come to life, the last of the unicorns rules the realm, and magic seeps from the pores of all the Conjurors who live there. But choosing to embrace her potential will set Valerie on a treacherous course – one filled with true love, adventure and perilous danger.
Kristen Pham is a YA science fiction and fantasy author who lives for really great fudge, roller coasters, and exploring new worlds via fiction. She lives in San Jose, CA with her two children and husband, where she eagerly waits for her kids to turn 11 and receive their invitations to Hogwarts.
"I loved this book because of its amazing world building, and vibrant characters. I actually cared what the hell happened to this girl." - Glenn Conley (Glenn Hates Books)
"Society is a book filled with magic and wonder - and a lot of terror and madness as well." - Leiah Cooper (So, I Read This Book Today)
"If you like paranormal, fantasy or action series such as the Harry Potter series, Twilight, Hunger Games, Lord of the Rings...etc. give this a try." - Annie (Just Commonly)