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Verk av Rick Yancey
Den femte vågen (2013) 6,427 exemplar
Det oändliga havet (2014) 2,961 exemplar
Den sista stjärnan (2015) 1,858 exemplar
The Monstrumologist (2010) — Författare — 1,703 exemplar
The Extraordinary Adventures of Alfred Kropp (2005) 1,054 exemplar
Wendigons förbannelse : William James Henry (2010) 619 exemplar
The Isle of Blood (2011) — Författare — 388 exemplar
Monstrumologen : William James Henry (2013) — Författare — 264 exemplar
The Seal of Solomon (2007) 233 exemplar
Confessions of a Tax Collector: One Man's Tour of Duty Inside the IRS (2004) 222 exemplar
The Thirteenth Skull (2008) 170 exemplar
The Highly Effective Detective (2006) 159 exemplar
The 5th Wave Collection (1714) 66 exemplar
The Highly Effective Detective Goes to the Dogs (2008) 65 exemplar
The 5th Wave Box Set (2015) 59 exemplar
The Highly Effective Detective Plays the Fool (2010) 54 exemplar
The Highly Effective Detective Crosses the Line (2011) 35 exemplar
A Burning in Homeland (2003) 19 exemplar
The Monstrumologist Collection: The Monstrumologist; The Curse of the Wendigo; The Isle of Blood; The Final Descent (2014) 15 exemplar
5. Dalga (5. Dalga, #1) (2014) 3 exemplar
A New Kind of Everything (2020) 3 exemplar
Al cincilea val vol. 1 2 (Romanian Edition) (2016) 2 exemplar
Empire Rising (The Reign of Frogs, #1) 2 exemplar
Die 5. Welle (Die 5. Welle #1) 1 exemplar
The Last Star (Thorndike Literacy Bridge Ya) by Rick Yancey (2016-06-08) (1653) 1 exemplar
Alpha Dog 1 exemplar
Klątwa Wendigo : William James Henry : ciąg dalszy opowieści o badaczu potworów, czyli o Monstrumologu (2014) 1 exemplar
The Monstrumologist 1 exemplar
- Namn enligt folkbokföringen
- Yancey, Richard
- 20th century
- Miami, Florida, USA
- Florida, USA
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Knoxville, Tennessee, USA
Gainesville, Florida, USA
- Roosevelt University
- Internal Revenue Service tax collector
- Priser och utmärkelser
- Michael L. Printz Honor
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- Richard Yancey (born November 4, 1962) is an American author who writes works of suspense, fantasy, and science fiction aimed at young adults.
Rick Yancey was born in a Miami suburb, Florida.
Yancey wrote his first short story in seventh grade while attending Crystal Lake Junior High School in Florida. After graduating from Lakeland Senior High School, he was accepted to Florida Southern College and majored in Communications. After a year at Florida Southern College, Yancey transferred to Florida State University and ultimately graduated from Roosevelt University with a B.A. in English. After graduation, Yancey planned on attending law school.
Ultimately, Yancey decided against law school and began teaching English classes as well as acting and directing in local community theatres. In 1991, Yancey applied for a government job and was hired by the Internal Revenue Service, where he worked as an agent for twelve years.
Yancey also spent 10 years of his life in Knoxville, Tennessee, where two of his books are set.
While working at the IRS, Yancey wrote screenplays in his spare time. At the suggestion of his wife and collaborator, one of his screenplays became his first professionally published book, A Burning in Homeland (Simon and Schuster), published in 2001.
With the success of A Burning in Homeland, Yancey resigned from the IRS in 2004 to concentrate on writing full-time. His memoir, Confessions of a Tax Collector (HarperCollins, 2004), chronicles his days working at the IRS.
After the release of his memoir, Yancey began work on two series of books—one for adults, and one for children.
The Alfred Kropp series tells the story of an awkward teenager who saves the world when he comes into possession of King Arthur's famed sword, Excalibur—pursued by the secret cabal of knights who have hidden it for centuries. Published by Bloomsbury Children’s Publishing in the U.S. and the U.K., and in fifteen foreign language editions, the series comprised three books: The Extraordinary Adventures of Alfred Kropp (2005), The Seal of Solomon (2007), and The Thirteenth Skull (2008).
His Highly Effective Detective books (St. Martin’s Press) are whodunits for adult readers, featuring a charming but barely competent private investigator based in Tennessee. That series consists of four titles: The Highly Effective Detective (2006), The Highly Effective Detective Goes to the Dogs (2008), The Highly Effective Detective Plays the Fool (2010), and The Highly Effective Detective Crosses the Line (2011).
By 2010, Yancey had completed the first book in The Monstrumologist series. The tetralogy tells the tale of a 19th-century doctor and his young apprentice, who race around the world chasing—and being chased by—monsters. This highly acclaimed series, published by Simon and Schuster Children’s Books in the U.S. and the U.K, and in eight foreign language editions, comprised four books: The Monstrumologist (2009), The Curse of the Wendigo (2010), The Isle of Blood (2011), and The Final Descent (2013).
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