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Shadows Over London

Shadows Over London

By Christian Klaver
Categories: Young Adult Fiction, Historical, Europe, Adaptations
Series: Empire of the House of Thorns
Imprint: CamCat Books
Hardcover : 9780744303766, 320 pages, May 2021
Paperback : 9780744303438, 320 pages, May 2021
Paperback (Large print edition) : 9780744303490, 432 pages, May 2021
Ebook (EPUB) : 9780744303223, 296 pages, May 2021
Audiobook : 9780744303513, May 2021
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For fans of The Golden Compass and A Sorcerer to the Crown, a rambunctious and entertaining fantasy adventure in which the Kasric siblings end up on both sides of a Human-Faerie War after the Faerie invade Victorian London.

Description

The Faerie have come to take London, and only one girl stands in their way.

Justice isn’t your average fifteen-year-old girl. She’s an irrepressible scoundrel, and she always has a plan. But her world falls apart when her father forcibly bundles the entire family into carriages in the middle of the night and carts them off to a strange mansion on the outskirts of Victorian London. The Faerie are invading, but the Kasric siblings can’t stay neutral in the ensuing war when they find their parents on opposing sides. Justice has no choice but to embrace her burgeoning magical powers to fight against the Faerie and save her family.

Reviews

“Fantasy at its most fantastic. Monsters, mystery, and magic in a beautiful and frightening world all their own. Justice Kasric and her strange family are a delight from first to last. ”  —Steven Harper, author of The Books of Blood and Iron series

“This first title in a new series slowly builds into a magical adventure in a world that is dark and unique . . . the plot and world building are sure to enthrall readers. ” —School Library Journal

“Klaver dazzles with an adventure rooted in complex feelings about family loyalties, and magically full to the brim with faerie mystery. ” Tobias S. Buckell, World Fantasy Award Winner and New York Times Bestselling Author

“An enchanting and enthralling series opener. ” —Kirkus Reviews