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January 24, 2019

What's New?

Three fantastic new additions to our collection!


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Circle of Shadows
Evelyn Skye
Skye’s (Crown’s Fate, 2017) thrilling new fantasy series is a fast-paced adventure based on Japanese culture, history, and mythology. Ten years ago in the kingdom of Kichona, Prince Gin rebelled against his older twin, Empress Aki in a Blood Rift that ended with Gin’s apparent death. Now, after a decade of peace, the empire is protected by warriors of the Society of Taigas trained in combat and magic. Sora and Daemon are apprentice warriors and while on a routine scouting mission they discover that Gin is alive and has amassed a following of magically trained soldiers ready to murder Empress Aki!

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The Cold Is in Her Bones
Peternelle Van Arsdale
Van Arsdale’s (The Beast is an Animal, 2017) latest is a dark and mesmerizing story of love, revenge, and redemption inspired by the myth of Medusa. Milla, 16, leads a sheltered life on her parents’ farm and her only consolation is her beloved older brother, Niklas. When a bright-eyed girl named Iris comes to stay, Milla finds a true friend for the first time in her life. It’s through Iris that she learns the dark truth about a demon claiming girls and women in the village. When this vengeful spirit takes control of her new friend, Milla leaves home determined to rescue Iris and break the curse forever.

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Undying
Amie Kaufman / Meagan Spooner
The sequel to Unearthed (2018) opens in the cramped walls of an ancient Undying spaceship where Mia and Jules are trapped and desperate to warn their home that it's going to be invaded by an alien race thought to be extinct. After they crash land on Earth, no one believes the alien threat is real and refuse to heed their warning of an invasion. Facing a global crisis, Jules and Mia have no choice but to take matters into their own hands. With time running out, they must find Jules' father, a disgraced expert on the alien race whose research may be the key to saving humanity.
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