Ruin of Stars

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Author(s): Linsey Miller
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Product Number: DD38876
Released: Aug 01, 2018
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ISBN: #9781974903818
Narrator/s: Deryn Edwards
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The thrilling conclusion to the Mask of Shadows duology that weaves a tale of magic, shadows, and most importantly, revenge. As one of the Queen's elite assassins, Sal finally has the power, prestige, and permission to hunt down the lords who killed their family. But Sal still has to figure out who the culprits are. They must enlist the help of some old friends and enemies while ignoring a growing distaste for the queen and that the charming Elise is being held prisoner by her father. But there's something terribly wrong in the north. Talk of the return of shadows, missing children, and magic abounds. As Sal takes out the people responsible for their ruined homeland, Sal learns secrets and truths that can't be forgotten.

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Ruin of Stars
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eAudio
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Author(s): Linsey Miller
Narrator(s): Deryn Edwards
Product Number Z100109136
Released: Aug 28, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781974903832
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Author(s): Linsey Miller
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Product Number EB00730014
Released: Aug 28, 2018
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Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
ISBN: #9781492647539

Professional reviews

"Sallot Leon, a gender-fluid thief recently appointed to the Queen's team of assassins, is using their position to enact revenge on those that murdered their family and destroyed their homeland. Deryn Edwards, narrator of 2017's MASK OF SHADOWS, is back for this gory conclusion to the duology, and once again she skillfully sneaks vulnerability into Sal's otherwise tough-as-nails voice. In spite of Edwards's best efforts, however, listeners may feel lost without the context of the world building from the previous installment. The dialogue is at times hard to follow, even with Edwards's differentiated voices, since there are so many characters that are hardly developed. Fans may enjoy this sequel, but newcomers will find that it doesn't work as a stand-alone novel. S.P. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"

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