Guilt stricken and scarred, Enebish knows she should be grateful for this sanctuary. But when her adoptive sister, Imperial Army captain Ghoa, offers her a chance at reinstatement, she eagerly accepts. All she has to do is track down the notorious rebel leader, Temujin. But upon leaving the monastery, she discovers the tides of war have changed, and Temujin's rebels are the only ones standing between the people and death on the tundra.
- Hardback | 400 pages
- 151 x 217 x 36mm | 532g
- 11 Feb 2020
- Page Street Publishing Co.
- Essex, United States
"Enebish's prowess as an eagle-trainer, however, is a high point, and readers will applaud her journey toward empowerment. The combination of tangible spirituality, battle magic, and steppe-inspired setting may appeal to readers who enjoyed [Emily A.] Duncan's Wicked Saints." - BCCB
"Thorley thoroughly utilizes descriptive language throughout the text, bolstering the imagery. Readers will enjoy this fast-paced adventure, enticed by all of the narrative's twists and turns... A thrilling retelling that will circulate well among fans of young adult fantasies." - School Library Journal
PRAISE FOR ADDIE THORLEY and AN AFFAIR OF POISONS
- "Fast-paced and refreshing." - School Library Journal, starred review
- "[An] exciting historical episode." - Booklist
- A YALSA 2020 Best Fiction for Young Adults nominee
- "Thrilling, romantic, and addictive." - Rosalyn Eves, author of the Blood Rose Rebellion trilogy
About Addie Thorley