Debut author Julie Eshbaugh's sweeping prehistoric fantasy—with allusions to Pride and Prejudice—will enthrall readers with high-stakes survival, blinding betrayal, and star-crossed love.
Hunting, gathering, and keeping his family safe—that's the life seventeen-year-old Kol knows. Then bold, enigmatic Mya arrives from the south with her family, and Kol is captivated. He wants her to like and trust him, but any hopes of impressing her are ruined when he makes a careless—and nearly grave—mistake. However, there's something more to Mya's cool disdain…a history wrought with loss that comes to light when another clan arrives. With them is Lo, an enemy from Mya's past who Mya swears has ulterior motives.
As Kol gets to know Lo, tensions between Mya and Lo escalate until violence erupts. Faced with shattering losses, Kol is forced to question every person he's trusted. One thing is for sure: this was a war that Mya or Lo—Kol doesn't know which—had been planning all along.
With riveting action and illustrative prose that leaps from the page, newcomer Julie Eshbaugh will have readers mesmerized.
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"In this first audiobook of a new trilogy, a small clan in the Arctic faces a number of challenges to its way life. As the oldest son and the group's future leader, 17-year-old Kol will be critical to its survival. Kol's sensitivities, insecurities, and pride are unfolded by Michael Curran-Dorsano as the young man tells the story herein to a young woman who also play a critical role in their future, The audiobook format is particularly well suited to the second-person point of view. Curran-Dorsano adopts the earnest tone of a young man who is aware of his role in the clan's future and is anxious to prove himself. His pace is quick, with an air of impatience at times and a halting reluctance at others. J.E.M. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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