With the Brig o' Doon destroyed and the portal fragmented, Doon's forces are not only divided, but also isolated in different dimensions. With the help of a storyteller as ancient as the witch herself, Kenna and Duncan learn they must rebuild the bridge to have any chance of crossing back into Doon with their ragtag army. But when Mackenna insists on fighting as well, Duncan soon realizes the only way he can ensure her safety is to turn her into a cold-hearted killer.
For Vee, Jamie, Kenna, and Duncan, saving their kingdom while keeping their lives intact will take a miracle.
- Hardback | 384 pages
- 145 x 211 x 31mm | 421g
- 22 Sep 2016
- HarperCollins Focus
- Grand Rapids, United States
Other books in this series
28 Aug 2014
At last, it seems like the time to cross the bridge one last time is upon us. It was only three years ago that I was first brought into the world of Doon, filled with action, romance, and by ways of me, Morlocks. Yes, that's right, I am still talking about them.
Just as Kenna and Vee have grown throughout the novels, I have too, beginning in high school and ending in college. Somehow, it feels as though these novels have been timed just right, so that I can grow alongside my favorite pair of fictional best friends.
Our leading ladies have matured so much and now face unusual circumstances of adult responsibilities. While my problems don't consist of running a kingdom (I wish), or saving the day from evil witches (again, wishing), their hardships were relatable in their own sense of newfound responsibilities and the burdens that follow them as emerging adults. My soft spot for this story blooms from just that, all the different obstacles I've faced throughout the last few years and how Doon has always happened to be there to cheer me right up, and at just the right time too.
While every installment of Doon centers on the same sort of dilemmas, Corp and Langdon always manage to seamlessly recreate them in new and exciting scenarios that play out like nothing before. This is where they usually happen to be ahead of the curb, whereas other series lack in original recreation or different material altogether. In turn of this, these awesome lady writers have no problem targeting every single one of your emotions and charging them at full force. I still remember just how much Destined for Doon played with my head and had me listening to sappy soundtracks for weeks on end. No Doon book has ever failed to make me laugh and cry within the same sitting.
Forever Doon doesn't cut it short, either. In fact, I'd dare to say this is the most emotional installment yet. I'll go on to admit that the * The Young Folks.com * Praise for the Doon Series "... this retelling of Brigadoon is a dessert bar of YA romance awesomeness."- USA Today * USA Today * Praise for the Doon Series "... those looking for a bit of escapism will find this book to be an enjoyable read." - School Library Journal * School Library Journal * Praise for the Doon Series "... musical-theater fans will rejoice to see two heroines so well versed in their world, who drop references to many well-loved Broadway productions as they stumble their way through a medieval village, out of the mists and out of time." - Booklist * Booklist *
About Carey Corp
Lorie Langdon is an Amazon bestselling author of six YA novels, including the Doon series, Gilt Hollow, and Olivia Twist, which received a starred review from Booklist Magazine and is being sold in Target Stores across the nation. She is an international speaker who has been featured on media outlets such as USAToday.com, NPR Radio, EntertainmentWeekly.com, RedbookMagazine.com, Girl's Life Magazine, and BroadwayWorld.com. Her first novel has been optioned for film by Dreamstreet and Lonetree Entertainment. She is a self-professed Wonder Woman Wannabe who lives in Ohio with her husband and two superhero-obsessed teenage sons.