January 6, 2020January 6, 2020February 24, 2020

Reading and Slide Show for INTO THE JUNGLE, March 12, 7pm, 2020, Billerica Public Library

Please join me for a wild night in the rainforest!

Just try surviving the dinner-plate sized spiders, limo-length anacondas, and shamans who, frankly, have it out for you! I’ll be sharing some slides featuring the terrors and wonders of the most biodiverse place on earth – the Amazon rainforest, all taken on a month-long research trip to the Peruvian Amazon.

The New York Times Book Review chose Into the Jungle as one of Seven Twisty Summer Thrillers!
Publishers Weekly names Into the Jungle as one of its “Big Summer Books” and gives it a starred review, calling it a “ferocious fever dream of a thriller…an alternately terrifying and exhilarating tale…”

Kirkus Reviews calls the book: “A death-defying Bolivian adventure in the primordial forest…The setting of Ferencik’s second female-driven adventure thriller is hair-raisingly vivid, replete with tarantulas, piranhas, jaguars, and electric eels….(this novel is) The closest thing to an actual hell ride you’ll ever experience (one hopes.) Thrilling, bloody, and ferocious.”

January 6, 2020January 6, 2020February 24, 2020

Reading and Slide Show for INTO THE JUNGLE, March 23, 7pm, 2020, Hamilton/Wenham Library

Please join me for a wild night in the rainforest!

Just try surviving the dinner-plate sized spiders, limo-length anacondas, and shamans who, frankly, have it out for you! I’ll be sharing some slides featuring the terrors and wonders of the most biodiverse place on earth – the Amazon rainforest, all taken on a month-long research trip to the Peruvian Amazon.

The New York Times Book Review chose Into the Jungle as one of Seven Twisty Summer Thrillers!
Publishers Weekly names Into the Jungle as one of its “Big Summer Books” and gives it a starred review, calling it a “ferocious fever dream of a thriller…an alternately terrifying and exhilarating tale…”

Kirkus Reviews calls the book: “A death-defying Bolivian adventure in the primordial forest…The setting of Ferencik’s second female-driven adventure thriller is hair-raisingly vivid, replete with tarantulas, piranhas, jaguars, and electric eels….(this novel is) The closest thing to an actual hell ride you’ll ever experience (one hopes.) Thrilling, bloody, and ferocious.”

January 17, 2020January 17, 2020February 24, 2020

Reading and Slide Show, Into the Jungle, Tuesday, March 31, 12 – 1, 2020, Thayer Public Library, Braintree

Please join me for a wild afternoon in the rainforest!

Just try surviving the dinner-plate sized spiders, limo-length anacondas, and shamans who, frankly, have it out for you! I’ll be sharing some slides featuring the terrors and wonders of the most biodiverse place on earth – the Amazon rainforest, all taken on a month-long research trip to the Peruvian Amazon.
The New York Times Book Review chose Into the Jungle as one of Seven Twisty Summer Thrillers!

Publishers Weekly names Into the Jungle as one of its “Big Summer Books” and gives it a starred review, calling it a “ferocious fever dream of a thriller…an alternately terrifying and exhilarating tale…”

Kirkus Reviews calls the book: “A death-defying Bolivian adventure in the primordial forest…The setting of Ferencik’s second female-driven adventure thriller is hair-raisingly vivid, replete with tarantulas, piranhas, jaguars, and electric eels….(this novel is) The closest thing to an actual hell ride you’ll ever experience (one hopes.) Thrilling, bloody, and ferocious.”

This event is sponsored by OLLI, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The University of Massachusetts Boston. Preregistration is required. Follow this link to sign up.

January 17, 2020January 17, 2020February 24, 2020

Author Meet & Greet and Luncheon, Saturday May 16, 2020, 11-3pm, Millis Public Library

The New York Times Book Review chose Into the Jungle as one of Seven Twisty Summer Thrillers!

Publishers Weekly named Into the Jungle as one of its “Big Summer Books” and gives it a starred review, calling it a “ferocious fever dream of a thriller…an alternately terrifying and exhilarating tale…”

Kirkus Reviews calls the book: “A death-defying Bolivian adventure in the primordial forest…The setting of Ferencik’s second female-driven adventure thriller is hair-raisingly vivid, replete with tarantulas, piranhas, jaguars, and electric eels….(this novel is) The closest thing to an actual hell ride you’ll ever experience (one hopes.) Thrilling, bloody, and ferocious.”

Other authors included in this wonderful fundraiser put together by author Sandra Elaine Scott are Jane Healey, Randy Susan Meyers, B.A. Shapiro, Kerri Maher and Hank Phillippi Ryan.