“In this gripping novel of both suspense and regret, revenge and sorrow, the dark hearts of teenage girls search for weakness but find more than they bargained for. Midair is the story of best laid plans and all the ways in which we misunderstand each other, sometimes to catastrophic effect.” —Rebecca Scherm, author of Unbecoming

“Midair is a thrilling examination of the thorny complexities of friendship, secrecy, and the ways in which new locales—in this case Paris—can awaken us to the hidden truths of the self. Incisive and suspenseful, Midair is a testament to Kodi Scheer’s wise and remarkable and rapidly expanding talent.” —Laura van den Berg, author of Find Me

“Kodi Scheer has written a novel of ecstatic heights and the darkest of depths—the kinds that only the ordinary/extraordinary drama of a teenage girl’s life could reach. The narrator’s voice is as recognizable as a friend’s, but this friend has wandered far from where we knew her, and we now follow breathlessly, willingly, completely enthralled and in fear for our lives. This is a coming-of-age story as believable and savvy and intelligent as any you will read, and also a psychological thriller of true extremes; the events are as riveting as any tabloid tale’s, while frighteningly familiar, too. This is a novel you’ll want to read, and then tell everyone else to read, too.” —Laura Kasischke, author of Mind of Winter 


“Scheer’s stories are astonishing and unforgettable…the work of a craftswoman and a visionary and simply one of the best storytellers I’ve encountered in a long time.” –Laura Kasischke, author of The Raising and The Life Before Her Eyes

“A beautiful, beguiling…and slyly unsettling collection.” –Peter Ho Davies, author of The Welsh Girl

“A fresh take on the vagaries of the human body and the human spirit. Scheer spins inventive tales, laced with a dose of magic.” –Danielle Ofri, M.D., Ph.D, author of What Doctors Feel