Untold: The Lynburn Legacy Book 2

Publisher details

Untold: The Lynburn Legacy Book 2
Author
Sarah Rees Brennan
Publisher
Simon and Schuster
Genres
Fantasy, Young Adult Fiction
Released
24 September, 2013

Synopsis

It's time to choose sides.Now no one in the town is safe, and everyone has to choose sides. Will the townspeople (magical and not) become "owned" by the sorcerers who believe it is their right to rule? Or will it continue in a more modern vein, with the presence of the sorcerers playing a quieter, and much less violent, role.If Kami Glass has anything to say about it, evil will not win. Despite having given up her own piece of magic, she is determined to do everything she can to make a difference.And whether they want to or not, her circle of friends (and potential boyfriends) will not be able to help but follow her and go along with her unusual schemes and battle tactics.“Witty, take-charge Kami reads a bit like a British Veronica Mars. . . . Refreshing.” The Horn Book“Kami is a charming protagonist—full of vinegar and spice. Fans of romantic fantasy will devour it.” VOYA
Sarah Rees Brennan
About the author

Sarah Rees Brennan

Sarah Rees Brennan is the author of the Demon’s Lexicon trilogy and the co-author, with Justine Larbalestier, of Team Human. Her latest series begins with Unspoken, a romantic Gothic mystery about a girl named Kami Glass, who discovers her imaginary friend is a real boy, Jared Lynburn. He is also one of the mysterious Lynburn family who have returned to the sinister manor on the hill that looms over her town, and who may or may not be involved in dark deeds in the woods. It’s lucky that she’s a sassy girl reporter determined to discover all the secrets that have been kept from her by the town, Jared, and her own family. The sequel to Unspoken, Untold, is out now

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