The Queen of Blood

Sarah Beth Durst (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$19.99
Publisher
Harper Voyager
Publish Date
September 20, 2016
Pages
368
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.9 X 1.4 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062413345

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About the Author

Sarah Beth Durst is the author of fantasy novels for children, teens, and adults. Winner of the Mythopoeic Award and an ALA Alex Award and thrice nominated for the Andre Norton Award for YA Science Fiction and Fantasy, she lives in New York. www.sarahbethdurst.com, Twitter: @sarahbethdurst.

Reviews

"Wow, girl! What a great story! A truly wonderful fantasy novel which doubles as an allegory for our own earthly struggle between Man and Nature. Filled with fresh ideas and excitement, told with verve and heart. This book deserves a wide readership, and I think it will find one."--Terry Brooks, NYT Bestselling author of the Shannara series
"Thrilling--heartrending--enchanting--absolutely un-put-down-able!"--Tamora Pierce, author of New York Times bestseller Bloodhound
"The Queen of Blood is full of rich tension from the opening scene to the nail-biting finale."--Jeff Wheeler, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Kingfountain and Muirwood series
"Durst dives into adult fantasy with thrilling results."--Shelf Awareness -- Starred Review
"Durst, an award-winning YA author (Vessel) and three-time Andre Norton Award finalist, presents a thrilling beginning to a sweeping series about searching for sovereignty and truth in order to save one's land."--Library Journal (starred review)
"Mythopoeic Award-winner Durst (Chasing Power) launches her Queens of Renthia series with a stellar and imaginative tale...In addition to a solid cast of characters and great political intrigue, Durst delivers some fascinating worldbuilding, and the spirits are malevolent, cunning, wild, and mysterious antagonists."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)