Finally free of her captors and while an army at her back, Queen Theodosia returns to her home in order to regain her throne. However, there is a new enemy standing in her way and she must be stronger than ever to return things to how they should be.
Everyone in Fairview knows how beloved high school senior Andie Bell was killed by Sal Singh, who then killed himself. Pippa doesn't think the evidence adds up, so she decides to investigate the five year old case for her senior project. However, things take a turn when it's obvious someone doesn't want her digging into the facts.
When her country was conquered by the Kalovaxians, Princess Theodosia was kept as a hostage and a tool to keep her in check. In the 10 years since the conquering, she has been publicly tortured many times and has been forced to give up her language, her people, and even her name. She thinks she's been defeated, but when she gets a spark of hope, she realizes how much she still has to fight for.
Happy International Women's Day! To celebrate, I wanted to chat about some of my favorite female authors! To be honest, most of the books I read are by women, so most of my favorite authors are women, but they still deserve a shoutout.
There are definitely more that I could have added to this list, but I wanted to include only authors that I've read multiple books/series from.
Joel has dreamed of being a Rithmatist, from studying theories to reading about old duels, but he unfortunately doesn't have the Rithmatic powers of being able to bring chalk to life. When students suddenly start disappearing from his school, he must team up with a Rithmatics professor and Rithmatic student, Melody, in order to figure out who is kidnapping his classmates.