A winged society faces the threat of ultimate extinction in Horizon, the thrilling finale to Fran Wilde's Bone Universe fantasy series.
A City of living bone towers crumbles to the ground and danger abounds. Kirit Densira has lost everything she loved the most--her mother, her home, and the skies above. Nat Brokenwings--once Kirit's brother long before the rebellion tore them apart--is still trying to save his family in the face of catastrophe. They will need to band together once more to ensure not just their own survival, but that of their entire community.
"One of the most fun, imaginative fantasy novels...I'm already anxiously awaiting her next book." --Book Riot on Updraft
"That rare bird, the follow-up to a highly praised first novel that doesn't just equal its predecessor's accomplishments, but exceeds them." --Locus on Cloudbound
About the Author
Fran Wilde's novel include the 2019 Nebula Award-winning middle grade Riverland, which was also a Lodestar finalist and an NPR Favorite Book of 2019. She's also the author of the 2015 Nebula Award-winning Updraft (part of the Bone Universe trilogy). She writes for publications, including The Washington Post, NPR, The New York Times, and Tor.com. Fran lives in Philadelphia with her family and a rescue pup named Luna.
Khristine Hvam has won several AudioFile Earphones Awards, placed three times as a finalist for the prestigous Audie Award, and won the Audie Award for Best Narration in 2012 and 2013. She studied acting for the theater and film, and her voice can be heard in Pokemon, World of Warcraft, and in various television and radio commercials.