Dylan Farrow’s highly sought after YA book, Hush, is finally acquired after a huge bidding war between publishers. The New York Post reported that Hush was acquired by St. Martin’s Press who will be publishing the novel as part of a two-book deal.
The author previously turned down a $250,000 dollar bid by an unnamed agency, according to New York Post. It’s undisclosed how much St. Martin’s Press paid, but we’re guessing Farrow is cashing in at the bank.
In regards to the content of the novels, a spokeswoman for St. Martin’s said:
“The novels are set in a world where those in control of society have the magic to control and silence the truth.”
The novels will reportedly be published under Wednesday Books, a crossover “coming-of-age“ imprint for young readers. Further details including a release date have yet to be announced.
Dylan Farrow is the daughter of actress Mia Farrow and director Woody Allen, and the sister of journalist Ronan Farrow.
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