From New York Times bestselling author MarcyKate Connolly comes the sequel to Twin Daggers, which follows Aissa and Zandria on their mission to understand their unique magical bloodline, as well as unite the Magi and Technocrats before their sworn enemy can turn the simmering hate between the two peoples into an all-out war.
- Combines fantasy and magic with a storyline that focuses on social issues
- Joins action and intrigue with love and romance
- Has a cover that features foil and embossing
Aissa has never felt so trapped and alone even with her sister and friend by her side. Zandria—once her other half—has become cold and inflexible after her time in the Technocrats’ dungeon. Their friend Remy may still side with his father, a Magi leader who refuses to believe his spymaster has turned traitor. And Aissa herself is now an enemy of her Magi people after falling in love with—and binding her heart to—Aro, a Techno prince who puts all their lives at stake.
Aissa is determined to uncover the secrets of the Alchemist Alliance that created her and Zandria’s unique magical powers ... as well as learn whether the Alliance’s research holds the key to healing the rift between the Magi and Technocrats after centuries of war. But with her people preparing for battle, it will take more than lost spells and hidden secrets to accomplish her goal. Especially as the bond between her and Aro grows deeper and threatens everything Aissa has ever believed.
Also check out book one in the series: Twin Daggers
|Sold by:||HarperCollins Publishing|
|File size:||5 MB|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
MarcyKate Connolly is a New York Times Bestselling children’s book author and nonprofit marketing professional living in New England with her family and a grumble of pugs. She can be lured out from her writing cave with the promise of caffeine and new books. Twin Daggers is her debut young adult novel, and she’s also the author of several middle grade fantasy novels including Monstrous and Ravenous, and the Shadow Weaver series. You can visit her online at www.marcykate.com.