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The Palace of Glass (#3 Forbidden Library)
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Django Wexler
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The Palace of Glass (#3 Forbidden Library)

Django Wexler


9780142426838

Puffin


Fantasy » Mythological Creatures, People & Places;
Fantasy » Detective;
Fantasy » Magic;
Nexus - Young Adult;
Young Adult » Young Adult Fantasy


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384 pages

$16.95
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The thirdbook in the action-packed Forbidden Library series-for fans of Story Thieves, Inkheart, Coraline, and Harry Potter.

For Alice, danger threatens from inside the library as well as out. Her master and uncle, Geryon, is not the mild scholar he pretends to be, and now Alice knows his role in the disappearance of her father. Ending - the mysterious, magical giant feline and guardian of Geryon's library - knows of a spell hidden inside the Palace of Glass that would allow Alice to trap Geryon. But Ending hasn't told Alice everything. With Geryon trapped, there's no one to stop the other Readers from sending their apprentices to attack Geryon's library. Alice enlists the help of the apprentices and the magical creatures imprisoned in Geryon's library, promising them freedom from Readers altogether. She prepares to face an impending attack from the combined might of the Readers, not knowing who, if anyone, she can trust.

"Readers will appreciate following an astute heroine whose ultimate ambition... [is] to remake the entire cruel and corrupt world around her. A busy continuing saga filled with fantastical drama and feisty finagling."-Kirkus Reviews

"The world of the Forbidden Library continues to deepen, adding new magical creatures, new relationships, and new adversaries to an already solid fantasy franchise founded on an appealing heroine, a deft plot, and gripping adventure sequences."-The Horn Book

By:   Django Wexler
Imprint:   Puffin
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 197mm,  Width: 129mm,  Spine: 24mm
Weight:   298g
ISBN:   9780142426838
ISBN 10:   0142426830
Series:   Forbidden Library
Pages:   384
Publication Date:   August 2019
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming

Django Wexler (djangowexler.com) is a self-proclaimed computer/fantasy/sci-fi geek. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with degrees in creative writing and computer science, worked in artificial intelligence research and as a programmer/writer for Microsoft, and is now a full-time fantasy writer. Django is the author of the Forbidden Library series, as well as the adult fantasy series the Shadow Campaigns. He lives near Seattle, Washington.


Readers will appreciate following an astute heroine whose ultimate ambition...[is] to remake the entire cruel and corrupt world around her. A busy continuing saga filled with fantastical drama and feisty finagling. --<i>Kirkus Reviews</i> The world of the Forbidden Library continues to deepen, adding new magical creatures, new relationships, and new adversaries to an already solid fantasy franchise founded on an appealing heroine, a deft plot, and gripping adventure sequences. --<i>The Horn Book</i> Alice remains a spirited, kind heroine with a noble goal and interesting, loyal characters to support her. More adventures are to come in this enjoyable fantasy series. --<i>Booklist</i> <b>Praise for <i>The Mad Apprentice</i> </b> Wexler is an able builder of magical worlds and creatures, with labyrinths, an enchanted library, and a feisty, swashbuckling heroine at the center. A story rich in action and allegory--fantasy fans will want to hang on for what comes next. --<i>Kirkus Reviews</i> Full of action and adventure, this tale will enthrall fans of the first novel. --<i>School Library Journal</i> With an original concept, a brave and spirited heroine, and tantalizing incipient relationships among the apprentices (including Alice's hot-and-cold friendship with Isaac, who tricked her in the first volume), Wexler's series grows stronger by the book. --<i>The Horn Book</i> <b>Praise for <i>The Forbidden Library</i> </b> Working in the grand tradition of children's fantasy, Wexler's off to a promising start. --<i>Kirkus Reviews</i> A charming, adventuresome fantasy from a promising new author. --<i>Booklist</i> Reminiscent of Cornelia Funke's <i>Inkheart</i> (Scholastic, 2003) and Neil Gaiman's <i>Coraline</i> (HarperCollins, 2002). --<i>School Library Journal</i>

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