#1 NYT BESTSELLING AUTHOR: Seven of Kelley’s YA books have been New York Times bestsellers. The Awakening debuted at #1 on the hardcover list and Sea of Shadows (the first Age of Legends book) at #8 on the teen list.
CLIMACTIC CONCLUSION: Kelley’s signature blend of high-stakes action and fiery romance will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Will Moria choose Tyrus or Gavril? Will Ashyn and Ronan end up together? These questions are answered in an unforgettable climax, and readers are left with the ending they’ve been waiting for.
“A STANDOUT” NEW DIRECTION: As Kirkus Reviews raved for Sea of Shadows, the first book in the trilogy, “Armstrong smoothly switches from her customary modern paranormal setting to a high-fantasy adventure…Strong female protagonists make this trilogy opener a standout.”
UNFORGETTABLE TWIN HEROINES: Twin sisters Ashyn and Moria are marked at birth to be the Seeker and the Keeper of Edgewood, which means that they alone can communicate with the spirits of the dead. As the perspective shifts from one sister to the other, readers will be absorbed in these irresistible twin voices.
INTERACTIVE WEBSITE: Kelley’s fan-friendly website has everything from bonus book material to a discussion board for readers. The website, along with her amazing books, has won her a very devoted following, and she has done an extraordinary job promoting her books through the site.
DEVOTED CROSSOVER FANS: Kelley has amassed a dedicated fanbase of both adult and teen readers with her Otherworld series, and the romance audience can’t get enough of her books, teen or adult.
CO-PUBLISHERS: HarperCollins (US) and Little, Brown (UK).
PRAISE FOR Sea of Shadows (Age of Legends #1):
“A new favourite.”—The Guardian (UK)
“Armstrong smoothly switches from her customary modern paranormal setting to a high-fantasy adventure, but she still favors relationship drama and reversals of fortune. Strong female protagonists make this trilogy opener a standout.”—Kirkus Reviews
PRAISE FOR Empire of Night (Age of Legends #2):
“For those already familiar with the characters and the painstakingly built world from the previous volume, this title is even more compelling. The introduction of new characters (such as misplaced spirit Guin and traitorous Simeon) adds further depth, intrigue and even humor to this romantic fantasy…. Armstrong’s talent shines.”—School Library Journal
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