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by Susan Dennard

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Historical

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In this sequel to Something Strange and Deadly, Eleanor remains strong, struggling to balance the people she loves with a cause she hopes is right. Set against a backdrop of 19th-century Paris, the ambience is classic and romantic despite the walking dead roaming the streets. Their presence creates conflict and adds a perfect balance of action.

Eleanor Fitt thought she’d rid herself of the past — until a necromancer appears, intent on her death. As she runs to Paris for help from Jacob, Jie and Daniel, she meets Oliver, who might have the ability to solve her problems — for a price. It’s a price that could throw her into the very evil she’s trying to avoid, and estrange her from her friends forever. (HARPERTEEN, Aug., 416 pp., $17.99, ISBN: 9780062083296, HC, 12 & Up)

Reviewed By: Lauren Spielberg


Published: August 2013

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