Grave Mercy: His Fair Assassin, Book I


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$12.99  $12.08
Clarion Books
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5.4 X 8.2 X 1.6 inches | 1.1 pounds

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About the Author

Robin LaFevers was raised on a steady diet of fairy tales, Bulfinch's
mythology, and nineteenth-century poetry. It is not surprising she
grew up to be a hopeless romantic.Though she has never trained as an
assassin or joined a convent, she did attend Catholic school for three
years, which instilled in her a deep fascination with sacred rituals and
the concept of the Divine. She has been on a search for answers to life's
mysteries ever since.While many of those answers still elude her, she
was lucky enough to find her one true love, and is living happily ever
after with him in the foothills of Southern California. Visit her website


Cynthia Leitich Smith, New York Times best-selling author of the Tantalize series: "A delectable simmer of intrigue and ferocity, passion and compassion. Grave Mercy sates and fascinates, even as it leaves you craving more." Elizabeth Bunce, author of Starcrossed and A Curse Dark as Gold: "Chilling, deftly plotted, and with a thread of subtly crafted romance. Readers will be seduced by LaFevers's deadly snare of haunting magic and courtly intrigue." Laura Whitcomb, author of A Certain Slant of Light: "Atmospheric, romantic, and gripping." Ten Teen Reads You Can't Miss, Entertainment, October 2012: "Prepare to enjoy LaFevers' tasty court intrigue and one badass heroine." Starred review, Booklist: * "With characters that will inspire the imagination, a plot that nods to history while defying accuracy, and a love story that promises more in the second book, this is sure to attract feminist readers and romantics alike." Starred review, Kirkus Reviews: * "LaFevers' ambitious tapestry includes poison and treason and murder, valor and honor and slow love, suspense and sexuality and mercy. A page-turner-with grace." Starred review, Publishers Weekly: * "Rich in historical detail, well-realized characters, political machinations, and enticingly prickly scenes between Ismae and Duval, LaFevers's complex tale incorporates magic both sparingly and subtly. This powerful first volume of the His Fair Assassin series should attract many readers." Starred review, School Library Journal: * "The book is well written and filled with fascinating, complex characters who function realistically in this invented medieval world." Starred review, Shelf Awareness: *"Riveting." #3 on Kids' Indie Next List, spring 2012 An Amazon Best Teen Book of 2012 --