Rhiannon Lassiter

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Rhiannon Lassiter
Born 1977
Occupation Novelist
Nationality British
Genre Young adult fiction
Notable works Hex, Bad Blood
Relatives Mary Hoffman (mother)

Rhiannon Lassiter (born February 1977) is a children's books author.[1]


Rhiannon Lassiter was born on 9 February 1977 in London to children's books author Mary Hoffman and Stephen Barber.

She started writing the first book of the Hex trilogy, set in a totalitarian futuristic Europe, when she was seventeen, and sent the first chapters to Douglas Hill (a friend of the family) and Pat White (her mother's agent). She was stunned when Pat wrote back saying that she loved it and would like to represent Rhiannon and Douglas said she should send it to his editor, Marion Lloyd, at Macmillan. Macmillan accepted the first two Hex books shortly after her nineteenth birthday.[2]

As well as writing she also runs her own web-design business, writes articles and reviews of children's books and is part of the production team of Armadillo, her mother's children's books review publication.[3]


  • Little Witches Bewitched (2013)
  • Ghost of a Chance (2010)
  • Bad Blood (August 2007)
  • Roundabout (2006)
  • Rights of Passage: Shadowland (January 2005)
  • Super Zeroes (July 2005)
  • Rights of Passage: Outland (October 2004)
  • Lines in the Sand (June 2003)
  • Rights of Passage: Borderland (June 2003)
  • Waking Dream (2002)
  • Hex: Ghosts (2000)
  • The Supernatural (1999)
  • Hex: Shadows (1999)
  • Hex (1998)

Short stories[edit]

  • Walking the Wire (1999)
  • White Walls (1997)


  1. ^ "Author & Illustrator Information: Rhiannon Lassiter". Oxford University Press. Retrieved 24 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Rhiannon Lassiter (1977-)". Net Industries. Retrieved 2016-04-03. 
  3. ^ "Rhiannon Lassiter". Rogers, Coleridge and White. 2013. Retrieved 2016-04-03. 

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