Courting Darkness

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Houghton Mifflin
Publish Date
Pages
512
Dimensions
6.4 X 1.9 X 9.4 inches | 1.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780544991194

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About the Author

Robin LaFevers, author of the New York Times best-selling His Fair Assassin books, was raised on fairy tales and nineteenth-century poetry. It is not surprising that she grew up to be a hopeless romantic. She was lucky enough to find her one true love and is living happily ever after with him in California. www.robinlafevers.com, @RLLaFevers

Reviews

"The many bloody battles, shocking betrayals and steamy kisses offer a satisfying return on investment."--New York Times Book Review

β˜… "Sharp and breathless, full of anger and strength. May the sequel hurry."--Kirkus, STARRED review

β˜… "A first-purchase gem of historical fantasy for high school and public libraries that will delight fans and engage newcomers."--School Library Journal, STARRED review

β˜… "LaFevers' sharply drawn characters, pointed storytelling, and intricate takes on political intrigue will once again have readers turning pages.... [T]here are few writers as fine at their craft as LaFevers."--Booklist, STARRED review

β˜… "LaFevers's blood-soaked, machination-riddled tale captivates as its fierce, passionate, intelligent female characters examine issues of agency and empowerment, freedom, and sisterhood."--Publishers Weekly, STARRED review

"LaFevers yet again skillfully pulls from the history of the 15th century French-Breton War to create a richly developed world of political intrigue, while casting it with deeply relatable and fully fleshed out characters."--The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

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Alternating between Sybella's and Genevieve's voices, LaFevers maintains an intense pitch of intrigue: murders, assaults, romance, betrayals, and erotic encounters follow one after another with plenty of garrotes, swords, daggers, poisoned sewing needles, and the like."--The Horn Book Magazine