The Empty Throne
In book two of Kluver’s Heirs of Chrior trilogy, Anya tries to find the strength to save her kingdom. She is unable to bring Prince Zabriel back to the Faerie realm of Chrior so that he can assume his rightful throne. Instead he is standing trial for crimes he committed under the false name of William Wolfram Pyrite. Anya fears that the realm will be placed under the rule of the other possible heir and traitor, Illumina. If there is to be any hope of peace for her people, Anya must partner with the unlikeliest of allies and venture into ever more dangerous situations.
Carman’s final installment in the Pulse trilogy begins only moments after the ending of Tremor (2014) and the action never stops. Telekinetic wonders Faith Daniels and Dylan Gilmore have a special ability called a pulse: they can move things with their minds. They're engaged in a brutal war with two other pulses, their rivals Clara and Wade Quinn who have joined forces with the evil genius, Hotspur Chance. Faith and Dylan are all that’s left of the rebellion and it will take more than their pulses to save them—it will take a miracle. It's an all-or-nothing battle and the fate of the entire Western State rests in their hands.
The Shadow Cabinet
The startling cliff-hanger of The Madness Underneath (2013) receives a worthy response in this thrilling third, though seemingly not final book in the bestselling Shades of London series. Rory must once again save London, but this time her foes aren't all completely dead. Time is running out as she fights to find her friends and the ghost squad struggles to stop Jane from unleashing her spectral nightmare on the entire city. In the process, they’ll discover the existence of an organization that underpins London itself and Rory will learn that someone she trusts has been keeping a terrible secret.
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