The Electric Heir

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Product Details

Price
$9.99  $9.19
Publisher
Skyscape
Publish Date
Pages
480
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.2 X 1.3 inches | 1.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781542005074

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About the Author

Victoria Lee is assistant professor of the history of science and technology at Ohio University.

Reviews

"[The Electric Heir] will leave fans of the first book satisfied. An exciting read from start to finish." --Kirkus Reviews

"The themes of immigration, deportation, racism, and martial law are so relevant...a satisfying conclusion." --Booklist

"[A] striking, cathartic conclusion to the Feverwake duology...Victoria Lee weaves together a compelling, terrifyingly plausible landscape of revolution with an intricate and original system of magic...Lee's Feverwake novels remind us that we deserve a better future, that there is real magic in fighting for justice--and that within the fight, we are not alone." --Tor.com

"This has been by far, one of the most riveting reads of 2020...It's dark, it's romantic, rife with tension, and it builds to this incredible crescendo." --The Nerd Daily

"The dark and harrowing conclusion to The Fever King will stick with you long after you finish reading it, and with such an electrifying romance, Lee will break your heart and make you like it." --Ashley Poston, bestselling author of Geekerella and Heart of Iron

"Victoria Lee has created a world as brutal as it is familiar, filled with nuanced and undeniably human characters. Sharp, unyielding, and utterly magnetic, The Electric Heir is a ferocious gut punch of a novel that will leave you gasping for breath." --Katy Rose Pool, author of There Will Come a Darkness

"Gritty and gloriously intelligent, The Electric Heir is that rare novel that combines no-punches-pulled brutality with an understated yet poignant sense of tenderness. Youʼll come for the cleverness and intricacy of the world building, but youʼll stay for the complex, heartbreaking humanity of these characters." --Andrea Tang, author of Rebelwing