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November 19, 2019

What's New?

Three fantastic new additions to our collection!


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Blood Heir
Amélie Wen Zhao
Zhao’s first book in her epic new series is a Russian influenced fantasy about a princess hiding a dark secret and the con man she must trust to clear her name. Anastacya Mikhailov is the crown princess of the Cyrilian Empire who must keep her forbidden blood Affinity a secret and has spent her life behind the palace walls to hide her curse. Her world is shattered when she's framed for her father, the emperor’s murder and is forced to flee for her life. Beyond the palace corruption rules the land and there’s only one person devious enough to help Ana find her father’s murderer and clear her name: Ramson Quicktongue!

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Crying Laughing
Lance Rubin
With a refreshingly diverse cast of characters, Rubin's (Denton Little’s Not Dead, 2017) latest is a tragicomic story of bad dates, bad news, and bad performances. After a disastrous stand-up attempt at her own bat mitzvah, Winnie Friedman has decided to keep her jokes to herself. That is until Evan, the funniest guy in school asks her to join the school's improv troupe. But just as she's ready to say yes to comedy again, Winnie learns her dad, a former comedian and her inspiration, has ALS. With her life spinning out of control, she knows that laughter is exactly what will see her through this difficult time.

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The Queen of Nothing
Holly Black
In Black’s finale to her Folk of the Air trilogy, Jude Duarte, who is now the exiled Queen of Faerie, is sent on her most dangerous mission yet. Left powerless and reeling from the wicked King Cardan's betrayal, Jude is determined to reclaim everything he took from her. Opportunity arrives in the form of her estranged twin sister, Taryn, who has just murdered her husband and begs Jude to impersonate her at the Faerie Court. Jude’s forbidden from returning to the Faerie realm but she was never one to shy away from a challenge and she has scores to settle, debts to pay, and a crown to claim!
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