Meanwhile, Rachel and the others have discovered new enemies—as well as new abilities that could turn the tide of the entire quest. And as soon as Jason succeeds in crossing over to Lyrian, he’s in more danger than ever. Once the group reunites, they strive to convince their most-needed ally to join the war and form a rebellion strong enough to triumph over Maldor. At the center of it all, Jason and Rachel realize what roles they’re meant to play—and the answers are as surprising as they are gripping. -quoted from Goodreads
Monday, February 20, 2012
Marvelous Middle Grade Monday is a weekly feature started by MG author Shannon Messenger and is a weekly post featuring an upcoming MG release. You can find out more about this series posts, and find links to author authors and bloggers who are taking part in this feature here. You can also my Must Have Middle Grade Reads feature on Mundie Moms.
By: Brandon Mull
Published by: Aladdin
To Be Released on: March 13th, 2012
Series: Book #2 in the Beyonders Series
The second epic installment of Brandon Mull’s #1 New York Times bestselling fantasy series!After the cliffhanger ending of A World Without Heroes, Jason is back in the world he’s always known—yet for all his efforts to get home, he finds himself itching to return to Lyrian. Jason knows that the shocking truth he learned from Maldor is precious information that all of his friends in Lyrian, including Rachel, need if they have any hope of surviving and defeating the evil emperor.
First of all, this covers ROCKS! I am so excited about reading Seeds of Rebellion, the second book in the Beyonders series. If you've not yet read Beyonders, I highly recommend picking it up. You can read my review for it here. I'll be posting my review for today's feature within in the next two weeks. Stay tuned for an exciting announcement I'll be making soon regarding this book here on MKs.
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