The Savage Dawn
By Melissa Grey
The sides have been chosen and the battle lines drawn: the war has begun... Follow Echo into the final book in the much-loved GIRL AT MIDNIGHT trilogy
'Inventive, gorgeous, and epic - Grey dazzles in her debut' - Danielle Paige, New York Times bestselling author of Dorothy Must Die, on The Girl at Midnight
The sides have been chosen and the battle lines drawn.
After awakening the firebird, Echo is now the only one with the power to face the darkness she unwittingly unleashed upon the world . . . right into the waiting hands of Tanith, the new Dragon Prince. Tanith has one goal in mind: destroy her enemies, raze their lands, and reign supreme in a new era where the Drakharin are almighty and the Avicen are nothing but a memory.
The war that has been brewing for centuries is finally imminent. But the scales are tipped. Echo might hold the power to face the darkness within the Dragon Prince, but she has far to go to master it. And now she's plagued by uncertainty. Is she strong enough to stare into the face of evil and not lose herself in its depths?
The war has begun, and there is no looking back.
There are only two outcomes possible: triumph or death.
Melissa Grey penned her first short story at the age of twelve and hasn't stopped writing since. As an undergrad at Yale, she learned how ride a horse and shoot a bow and arrow at the same time, but hasn't had much use for that skill since graduating in 2008.
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06 Jul 2017
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[STAR] Sparks fly. . . . Will please fans of Cassandra Clare and Game of Thrones watchers with its remarkable world building; richly developed characters; and themes of family, power, loyalty, and romance. . . . [Book 2] cannot come soon enough! — Booklist, Starred, on The Girl at Midnight
[STAR] [The] perfect blend of action and amour — Kirkus Reviews, Starred, on The Girl at Midnight
Sharp drama that leads to a conclusion begging for a sequel — The Bulletin on The Girl at Midnight
A stunning debut. Equal parts atmosphere and adventure, Melissa Grey's The Girl at Midnight is positively divine — Victoria Schwab, author of A Darker Shade of Magic
Inventive, gorgeous, and epic -Grey dazzles in her debut — Danielle Paige, New York Times bestselling author of Dorothy Must Die on The Girl at Midnight
Fast-paced, action-packed, and full of laughs — Nerdist.com on The Girl at Midnight
Ripe with sarcasm and complicated relationships, an action- and angst-packed installment reminiscent of Buffy and Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere. — Kirkus Reviews