Please join us as we welcome authors Lisa McMann and Kevin Sands to the Newtown Bookshop! Both authors will be discussing their books with a signing!
Lisa will be with us to celebrate the newest and final book in her popular "The Unwanteds" series, "Island of Dragons".
In "Island of Dragons", twins Alex and Aaron Stowe are put to the ultimate test to fulfill their destinies and save both Quill and Artime from the deadliest enemy the cities have ever faced in the thrilling conclusion of the "New York Times "bestselling Unwanteds series, which "Kirkus Reviews "called "The Hunger Games "meets Harry Potter.
Head mage Alexander Stowe and his friends successfully fended off the latest threat to their magical world of Artime with the help of a surprise ally. But old enemies have secretly been plotting against them. Now Alex must lead his people in a final epic battle, one they can t hope to win alone. Will Artime finally know peace or will all they ve fought for be destroyed forever?"
Kevin is the author of "The Blackthorn Key", a children's book set in 1665 London. "Fourteen-year-old Christopher Rowe, apprentice to an apothecary, and his best friend, Tom, try to uncover the truth behind a mysterious cult, following a trail of puzzles, codes, pranks, and danger toward an unearthly secret with the power to tear the world apart."
Twins Alex and Aaron Stowe are put to the ultimate test to fulfill their destinies and save both Quill and Artim from the deadliest enemy the cities have ever faced in the thrilling conclusion of the New York Times bestselling Unwanteds series, which Kirkus Reviews called "The Hunger Games meets Harry Potter."
Following a series of murders, an apothecary's apprentice must solve puzzles and decipher codes in pursuit of a secret that could destroy the world in this suspenseful debut novel."Tell no one what I've given you."
A riveting middle-grade dystopian novel from New York Times bestselling Wake author Lisa McMann that Kirkus Reviews calls "The Hunger Games meets Harry Potter."
The second book in the middle-grade dystopian fantasy series that Kirkus Reviews calls "The Hunger Games meets Harry Potter," by New York Times bestselling author Lisa McMann.