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Amanda Foody with Christine Lynn Herman and Rory Power

Amanda Foody with Christine Lynn Herman and Rory Power

Wednesday, September 2, 2020 - 7:00pm
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Return to the City of Sin, where the perilous final game is about to begin…The players? Twenty-two of the most powerful, most notorious people in New Reynes.

With no choice but to play, Enne and Levi are desperate to forge new alliances and bargain for their safety. But any misstep could turn deadly when a far more dangerous opponent appears on the board – one plucked straight from the city’s most gruesome legends. While Levi hides behind a mask of false promises, Enne is finally forced out from behind hers and as the game takes its final, vicious turn, these two must decide once and for all whether to be partners or enemies. Because in a game for survival, there are no winners…there are only monsters.

Amanda Foody has always considered imagination to be our best attempt at magic. She lives in Boston, MA with a hoard of books guarded by the most vicious of feline companions, Jelly Bean. Her books include Daughter of the Burning City, Ace of Shades and King of Fools. The next installment of The Shadow Game series, Queen of Volts, releases on September 1, 2020, and her middle grade debut, Wilderlore: The Accidental Apprentice, hits shelves Spring 2021.

Christine Lynn Herman writes books about magic, monsters, and growing up. She is the author of YA novels THE DEVOURING GRAY and THE DECK OF OMENS, as well as the forthcoming THE DROWNING SUMMER (LBYR, 2021).

Rory Power grew up in New England, where she lives and works as a crime fiction editor and story consultant for TV adaptation. She received a Masters in Prose Fiction from the University of East Anglia, and thinks fondly of her time there, partially because she learned a lot but mostly because there were a ton of bunnies on campus.