Lily Blake - Reign: Hysteria - Little, Brown Book Group

Reign: Hysteria

By Lily Blake

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An original novel based on the hit TV show

France is aflame with rumors of witchcraft and treachery. Who will be burned for their transgressions? Find out in this haunting original novel based on the hit CW television show, Reign.

Something sinister has been sweeping the villages surrounding the French court. Rumors of Satan's horsemen traveling the countryside and claiming the souls of villagers have sent the people reeling into a religious frenzy and soon fear and suspicion lead them to accuse a young girl of witchcraft. After the prisoner is brought to the palace for questioning, Mary, Greer, Kenna, and Lola work to prove her innocence. But there are others who will stop at nothing to see the girl and her secrets silenced forever...

Biographical Notes

A novel by Lily Blake. Based on the series created by Laurie McCarthy and Stephanie Sengupta.

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  • ISBN: 9780316334624
  • Publication date: 28 May 2015
  • Page count: 240
  • Imprint: Poppy
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