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Grave (#3 Queen of the Dead)
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Michelle Sagara
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Grave (#3 Queen of the Dead)

Michelle Sagara


9780756412876

Daw Books


Fantasy


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Grave is the concluding novel in the haunting Queen of the Dead paranormal trilogy. Emma and her friends have survived the Necromancers sent to the city to kill them. They've gone to ground in a cottage north of the city, but time is not on their side. There are no barriers that can keep the dead out, and the dead obey their Queen. It's only a matter of time before they're found.

Nathan has been blessed by the Queen of the Dead. She has granted him a physical body. He can eat, he can breathe, he can speak and be heard. The Queen calls this resurrection. Nathan calls it Hell. The living think he's alive. He's not. He's trapped in the citadel that the Queen of the Dead calls home.

Emma wants to free him. To do that she has to survive long enough to reach the City of the Dead, and face its ancient Queen. But the city of the dead is the heart of the Queen's stronghold--and her power. Emma can't do it alone.

She's not alone. But even with hunters and her own dead at her side, what hope does she have against a woman who has lived so long, and grown so powerful, she's almost a god?

By:   Michelle Sagara
Imprint:   Daw Books
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 173mm,  Width: 107mm,  Spine: 36mm
Weight:   181g
ISBN:   9780756412876
ISBN 10:   0756412870
Series:   Queen of the Dead
Publication Date:   February 2018
Recommended Age:   From 13 to 17 years
Audience:   Young adult ,  Preschool (0-5)
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active


Praise for the Queen of the Dead series: It's rare to find a book as smart and sweet as this one. --Sarah Rees Brennan, author of The Demon's Lexicon In Touch, Sagara paints an eerie and original picture of the afterlife.... Beautifully written, with characters so real--even the dead ones--they could be any of us, Touch is an exceptional addition to a powerful series. Don't miss this. --Julie Czerneda, author of A Turn of Light Brilliant storyteller Sagara heads in a new direction with her Queen of the Dead series. She does an excellent job of breathing life into not only her reluctant heroine, but also the supporting players in this dramatic and spellbinding series starter. There is a haunting beauty to this story of love, loss, and a teenager's determination to do the right thing. Do not miss out! --RT Reviews (top pick!) For all that this is a novel deeply concerned with loyalty, with healthy friendships, and with human decency, it doesn't hesitate to wrap cold fingers around your spine and yank when the moment calls for it. Sagara's characters are believable, flawed, and very human, and make for compelling reading. --Tor.com Praise for the Queen of the Dead series: It's rare to find a book as smart and sweet as this one. --Sarah Rees Brennan, author of The Demon's Lexicon In Touch, Sagara paints an eerie and original picture of the afterlife.... Beautifully written, with characters so real--even the dead ones--they could be any of us, Touch is an exceptional addition to a powerful series. Don't miss this. --Julie Czerneda, author of A Turn of Light Brilliant storyteller Sagara heads in a new direction with her Queen of the Dead series. She does an excellent job of breathing life into not only her reluctant heroine, but also the supporting players in this dramatic and spellbinding series starter. There is a haunting beauty to this story of love, loss, and a teenager's determination to do the right thing. Do not miss out! --RT Reviews (top pick!) For all that this is a novel deeply concerned with loyalty, with healthy friendships, and with human decency, it doesn't hesitate to wrap cold fingers around your spine and yank when the moment calls for it. Sagara's characters are believable, flawed, and very human, and make for compelling reading. --Tor.com

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