Identity is a choice. Who will you choose to be?
Saving the world is such a bother when it makes you late for tea. By day, book-loving wizard Lily Singer manages library archives. By night? She sleeps, of course. In between, she studies magic and tries to keep her witch friend Sebastian out of trouble. Much to her displeasure, he finds it anyway and drags her along with him. From unmaking ancient curses to rescuing a town lost in time, Lily and Sebastian fight to avert magical mayhem. Meanwhile, Lily's mysterious past begins to unfold-apast hidden from her by those she trusts most. Will she be able to discover the truth despite them?"
One of This Year’s Hottest New YA Series — Goodreads When the world doesn't want you to be who you are, you must become more yourself than you knew you could be. London. 1789. More than anything in the world, Wendy Darling wants to be the captain of a ship, but women aren't allowed in the Royal Navy. When she learns the Home Office is accepting a handful of women into its ranks, she jumps at the chance, joining the fight against the most formidable threat England has ever faced. Magic. But the secret service isn’t exactly what she hoped. Accompanied by a reimagined cast of the original Peter Pan, Wendy soon discovers that her dreams are as far away as ever, that choosing sides isn’t as simple as she thought, and that the only man who isn't blinded by her gender ... might be her nation's greatest enemy. Praise for The Wendy, by Erin Michelle Sky & Steven Brown: “All the markings of a classic ... captivating and delightful.” — Lydia Sherrer, USA TODAY Bestselling Author of Love, Lies & Hocus Pocus “This is a strong retelling of Peter Pan, with an empowered female protagonist who carves her own path. Wendy’s sharp wit is truly impressive.” — School Library Journal “From page one right up to the end, The Wendy held me enthralled.” — Readers’ Favorite "WOW! Just WOW! I think this is my favorite book of 2018 so far! It was amazing, amazing, amazing. – E.J. Hill, Letters to You "(P)ick it up and begin a great adventure! I DARE YOU!!! If you think you know the story of Wendy, Peter Pan and the Lost Boys, you will find that you never did, until now! You will not regret the time you give to this most entertaining tale of Peter, Windy and all of the others, from Captain "Hook" to Smee, to Nana and the lads. Five stars is not enough! Straight on until morning!!! – Caius Fabius, Goodreads Fans of Brigid Kemmerer's A Curse So Dark and Lonely, Gena Showalter's The Evil Queen and Leigh Bardugo's Shadow and Bone will love the rip-rollicking adventure, fantasy and historical elements of The Tales of the Wendy by Dragon Authors Steven Brown and Erin Michelle Sky.
Never underestimate the power of a determined witch. Letum Wood is a forest of fog and deadfall, home to the quietly famous Miss Mabel’s School for Girls, a place where young witches learn the art of magic. Sixteen-year-old Bianca Monroe has inherited a deadly curse. Committed to breaking free before it kills her, she enrolls in the respected school to confront the cunning witch who cast the curse: Miss Mabel. Bianca finds herself faced with dark magic she didn’t expect, and lessons more dangerous than she could have ever imagined. Will Bianca have the courage to save herself from the curse, or will Miss Mabel’s sinister plan be too powerful? Miss Mabel’s School for Girls is the first novel in The Network Trilogy, an exciting new fantasy series. A gripping tale about the will to survive, it will take you to a new place and time, one you’ll never want to leave.
|Author||: Lydia Sherrer|
|Release Date||: 2020-03-26|
|ISBN 10||: 9781950267989|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
A collection of short stories from the Love, Lies, and Hocus Pocus universe
Never Underestimate the Power of a Desperate WitchWith the Central Network teetering on the brink of destruction, eighteen-year-old Bianca Monroe is determined to defeat Mabel's powerful Almorran magic by finding the Book of Light. Then disaster strikes. Mabel kidnaps Bianca, keeping her prisoner in the hot sands of the Western Network, Bianca soon realizes that things are not as they seem. Mabel is more dangerous--and unhinged--than she's ever been before.Will Bianca escape the clutches of her greatest enemy in time to find the Book of Light and save her Network? Or will Mabel's madness consume Antebellum, making it burn in the raging black flames of Almorran magic?War of the Networks is the fourth and final book in the thrilling fantasy collection The Network Series. It's a gripping tale about compassion, forgiveness, and surviving against the odds.
Sebastian Blackwell is your typical high school popular kid until his parents are killed in a freak accident, and he swears he will do whatever it takes to get them back. With a ghost as his only friend, a goth girl his only ally, and a demon prince his only chance, Sebastian sets out on a desperate path of redemption more likely to damn him than save him. For all power has a price, and Sebastian must decide what he is willing to pay to defy death itself.
The eagerly awaited second installment in the Tales of the Wendy series! "As I swiped left to continue the adventure and saw the words, 'the second book is expected in 2019,' I gasped. It was as if Captain Hook himself had put his sword to my heart. It reminded me of when I was reading the Harry Potter books as they were being written. I will be waiting on pins and needles for the next installment." – Mary, Goodreads "I need the second book, RIGHT NOW." - Angela, Goodreads "I can’t wait for the next installment of this marvellous re-imagined version of Peter Pan." – Readers’ Favorite NOT EVERY ADVENTURE GOES AS PLANNED ... Wendy’s troubles are far from over. Hook wants her in irons, the crew wants to throw her overboard, and Pan’s magical compass is the only thing standing in their way. But Pan himself is nowhere to be found. When a new everlost captain appears on the horizon, it will take everything Wendy has to survive. And a tiny red dragon will set events in motion that could save or doom them all. "The writing is witty and clever and very reminiscent of some of the classic novels I have read in the past. There were so many parts where I was just outright grinning as I read." – Errin Krystal, author of The Last Dragon Rider "Sky and Brown bring fresh magic and wonder to a well-known story, and provide readers with a skilled and cunning heroine, outsmarting her male counterparts at every turn, always staying one step ahead." – C.L. Ogilvie, author of Skipping Out on Henry Fans of Brigid Kemmerer's A Curse So Dark and Lonely, Gena Showalter's The Evil Queen, and Leigh Bardugo's Shadow and Bone will love the rip-rollicking adventure, fantasy, and historical elements of the Tales of the Wendy series by Steven Brown and Erin Michelle Sky, Dragon Authors. As Caius Fabius says in Goodreads, "Pick it up and begin a great adventure! I DARE YOU!!!"
The High Priest’s Daughter Coming September 15th, 2015 The High Priests Daughter, third book in the Network Series, coming out fall 2015! Never Underestimate the Power of a Liberated Witch. Despite swirling rumors of war, seventeen-year-old Bianca Monroe is living without restraint for the first time. With no curse to hinder her and her enemy, Miss Mabel, imprisoned in an impervious dungeon, she’s finally free. Nothing lasts forever. The Southern Network attacks, launching Bianca, her beloved father, and everyone she cares for into a war controlled by the clandestine witch Angelina. Chatham City burns, Guardians die, and Bianca soon realizes the only witch who can save the Central Network is the conniving Miss Mabel. Will setting Miss Mabel free save everyone she loves, or unleash a greater evil on the Central Network and all of Antebellum? Is Bianca strong enough to make the right choice? The High Priest’s Daughter is the third book in the thrilling new fantasy collection The Network Series. It’s a haunting tale about growing up and finding the strength within.
A clever magician's rabbit named Hocus Pocus is up against a fast train and his meddlesome nemesis Dog in his quest to reunite a stuffed toy with its young owner.
The sorcerer Bib saves his daughter by accepting a curse to kill people--only Death knows how many. Bib tries to kill only the wicked but soon begins killing the non-wicked too. He agrees to rescue a woman's kidnapped boy because he expects a lot of death. But he doesn't expect to face the question: is he cursed to kill, or does he just like it?