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March 28, 2023
6.14 X 9.13 X 1.26 inches | 1.05 pounds
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About the Author
Justina Ireland is the New York Times bestselling author of fifteen novels and four anthology contributions, including Dread Nation and Deathless Divide. She is a former editor in chief of FIYAH Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction, for which she won a World Fantasy Award, and her work has been shortlisted numerous times for state and literary awards. She holds a BA in History from Georgia Southern University and an MFA in creative writing from Hamline University. Visit her at authorjustinaireland.com or follow her on Twitter @justinaireland. Tessa Gratton is the author of adult and YA SFF novels and short stories that have been translated into twenty-two languages, long-listed for the Otherwise Award, and several have been Junior Library Guild Selections. Her most recent novels are the dark queer fairy tales Strange Grace and Night Shine, and the queer Shakespeare retelling Lady Hotspur. Her upcoming work includes the YA fantasy Chaos and Flame (2023), and novels of Star Wars: The High Republic. Though she has lived all over the world, she currently resides at the edge of the Kansas prairie with her wife. She/any.
"A gripping fantasy about betrayal, forgiveness, loss, and loyalty amid a magical war."--Publishers Weekly "The focus on family bonds and support adds realism, while the inclusion of prophetic dreams and visions creates intrigue." - Kirkus "This fast-paced, action-filled fantasy reads like a mix of Game of Thrones and Avatar: The Last Airbender." - BCCB "Political intrigue, magic, and intricate worldbuilding will draw in readers." - SLJ "Gratton and Ireland are no strangers to new and fantastic settings, and this first of a duology should prove to be as enthralling as all their individual offerings."--Booklist "An intriguing cast of characters and a diverse, queer normative fantasy realm make this novel stand out." - Shelf Awareness