By Alexandra Bracken
The second book in the heart-stopping The Darkest Minds trilogy.
The second book in the heart-stopping The Darkest Minds trilogy, by New York Times bestselling author of Passenger, for fans of Divergent and The Hunger Games.
They call her the Leader. Their saviour and only hope. Only Ruby knows what she really is - a monster, capable of destroying them all.
Ruby never asked for the abilities that almost cost her life. Now she must call upon them to bring down a corrupt government in a world where children have been eliminated. When she is entrusted with an explosive secret, she embarks on her deadliest journey yet: leaving the Children's League to track down Liam Stewart, the boy who carries the truth about the disease that threw the world into chaos. The boy she once loved and hoped never to see again ...
'A riveting emotional read that kept me on the edge.' - Melissa Marr, author of Wicked Lovely
Alexandra Bracken is the New York Times bestselling author of Passenger, Wayfarer and The Darkest Minds series. Visit her online at www.alexandrabracken.com and on Twitter @alexbracken.
Alexandra Bracken is the New York Times bestselling author of Passenger, Wayfarer and The Darkest Minds series. Born and raised in Arizona, she moved east to study History and English at the College of William & Mary in Virginia. After working in publishing for several years, Alex now writes full time and can be found hard at work on her next novel in a charming little apartment that's perpetually overflowing with books. Visit her online at www.alexandrabracken.com and on Twitter @alexbracken.
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17 Nov 2016
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Quercus Children's Books
A riveting emotional read that kept me on the edge. — Melissa Marr, author of Wicked Lovely
Haunting ... Bracken creates a gripping and terrifying dystopian world. — Kirkus Reviews
A new twist on dystopia, this is one not to miss. — Romantic Times
The story's quick-paced action leads to a heartbreaking cliffhanger that will have readers eager for the next book ... — Publishers Weekly