Then what happened?!? Check out these new sequels…

April 2, 2012 at 9:32 am Leave a comment

Bewitching by Alex Flinn
The witch who curses Kyle Kingsbury in the best-selling novel Beastly shares the story of her immortal existence and how she has used her powers to influence popular fairy-tale characters, including Cinderella, the Little Mermaid, and Hansel and Gretel.
The Whisper by Emma Clayton
A sequel to The Roar finds a rebellion of stolen children quashed by brutal tyrant Mal Gorman, whose revitalization under the influence of an age-reversing drug prompts psychic twins Ellie and Mika to use their mutant powers to force Gorman into the wildlife world he fears most.
Diviner by Bryan Davis
As Elyssa discovers new aspects of her diviner gifts, Koren questions her ability to save her fellow slaves, and Randall decides to join with Magnar and Arxad in preparations for a battle with the dragon king’s followers.
The Galahad Legacy by Dom Testa
Council leader Triana Martell returns after her mysterious journey into the wormhole, accompanied by the emissary of an advanced alien race who offers the crew a choice–one that will determine the fate of the human race. The thrilling conclusion to the series that began with The Comet’s Curse.
Fever by Lauren DeStefano
In a future where genetic engineering has cured humanity of all diseases and defects but has also produced a virus that kills all females by age 20 and all males by age 25, teenaged Rhine escapes her forced marriage and journeys back to New York to find her twin brother, in the sequel to the Wither.
The Fire by James Patterson
A final entry in the Witch and Wizard series finds Wisty preparing for an ultimate confrontation with the leader of a totalitarian regime that has banned everything cherished by the resistance.
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