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The Shadow Hour

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9780349002156

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Everything in Echo’s life changed in a blinding flash when she learned the startling truth: she is the firebird, the creature of light that is said to bring peace.

The firebird has come into the world, but it has not come alone. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction, and Echo can feel a great and terrible darkness rising in the distance. Cosmic forces threaten to tear the world apart.

Echo has already lost her home, her family, and her boyfriend. Now, as the firebird, her path is filled with even greater dangers than the ones she’s already overcome.

She knows the Dragon Prince will not fall without a fight.

Echo must decide: can she wield the power of her true nature – or will it prove too strong for her, and burn what’s left of her world to the ground?

Welcome to the shadow hour.

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Fast-paced, action-packed, and full of laughs
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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
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
[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
Sharp drama that leads to a conclusion begging for a sequel
The Bulletin 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
[STAR] [The] perfect blend of action and amour
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