Tag: Julie Kagawa

Talon – Julie Kagawa

“Ember, when did your parents die, and what was the cause of death?” I stifled a groan and tore my gaze from the car window, where the bright, sunny town of Crescent Beach shimmered beyond the tinted glass. The air in the black sedan was cold and stale and, annoyingly, the driver had engaged the […]

Soul of the Sword – Julie Kagawa

His throat was raw from screaming prayers into the wind. The storm raged around him, beating the cliffs and sending sprays of ocean water crashing against the rock. The night was pitch-black, his drenched clothes were icy cold, and he could barely hear himself over the howl of the wind and the roar of the […]

Shadow of the Fox – Julie Kagawa

It was raining the day Suki came to the Palace of the Sun, and it was raining the night that she died. “You’re the new maid, are you?” a woman with a narrow, bony face demanded, looking her up and down. Suki shivered, feeling cold rainwater sliding down her back, dripping from her hair to […]

Night of the Dragon – Julie Kagawa

In the long years of his existence, the number of times he had been summoned from Jigoku could be counted on one claw. Other demon lords had been summoned before. Yaburama. Akumu. The oni lords were too powerful not to have some enterprising blood mage attempt a contract with them, though such rituals often ended […]

Inferno – Julie Kagawa

Tramping through the jungle for hours on end was not my idea of a good time. It was hot, insanely so. Normally, heat didn’t bother me, but the humidity level beneath the canopy had been cranked up to like two hundred percent. It felt as if I was walking, and breathing, through a wet, heavy […]

Legion – Julie Kagawa

She was always the favored one. “Ember,” Mr. Gordon sighed for the second time that hour. “Please pay attention. This is important. Are you listening?” “Yes,” my twin muttered, not looking up from her desk, where she was doodling cartoon figures into her textbook. “I’m listening.” Mr. Gordon frowned. “All right, then. Can you tell […]

The Iron Raven – Julie Kagawa

It was almost time. I peeked out of the bushes and grinned. The stage was nearly set. In the tiny, sun-dappled clearing beyond the trees, the crystal-clear pool glimmered, attracting all manner of life to its sparkling waters. A herd of spotted deer bent graceful necks to the surface under the watchful eye of a […]

Winter’s Passage – Julie Kagawa

In the shadows of the cave, I watched the Hunter approach. Silhouetted black against the snow, it stalked closer, eyes a yellow flame in the shadows, breath coiling around it like wraiths. Ice-blue light glinted off wet teeth and a thick shaggy pelt, darker than midnight. Ash stood between the Hunter and me, sword unsheathed, […]

‘Til the World Ends – Julie Kagawa

In the summer of my twenty-third year, the Red Lung virus began its spread across the eastern United States. Flulike symptoms evolved to raging fever, necrosis of the lungs and finally asphyxiation, as victims choked and drowned in their own blood. By the time government officials knew anything was wrong, the virus had already made […]

The Lost Prince – Julie Kagawa

My name is Ethan Chase. And I doubt I’ll live to see my eighteenth birthday. That’s not me being dramatic; it just is. I just wish I hadn’t pulled so many people into this mess. They shouldn’t have to suffer because of me. Especially…her. God, if I could take back anything in my life, I […]

The Iron Knight – Julie Kagawa

“Oy, ice-boy! You sure you know where you’re going?” I ignored Robin Goodfel ow as we wove through the gray murk of the wyldwood, pushing farther into the soggy swamp known as the Bone Marsh. Mud sucked at my footsteps, and water dripped from twisted green trees so covered in moss they appeared sheathed in […]

The Iron King – Julie Kagawa

Ten years ago, on my sixth birthday, my father disappeared. No, he didn’t leave. Leaving would imply suitcases and empty drawers, and late birthday cards with ten-dollar bills stuffed inside. Leaving would imply he was unhappy with Mom and me, or that he found a new love elsewhere. None of that was true. He also […]

The Iron Daughter – Julie Kagawa

The Iron King stood before me, magnificent in his beauty, silver hair whipping about like an unruly waterfall. His long black coat billowed behind him, accenting the pale, angular face and translucent skin, the blue-green veins glowing beneath the surface. Lightning flickered in the depths of his jetblack eyes, and the steel tentacles running the […]

The Forever Song – Julie Kagawa

The outpost gate creaked in the wind, swinging back on its hinges. It knocked lightly against the wall, a rhythmic tapping sound that echoed in the looming silence. A cold breeze swirled through the gap, and the scent of blood lay on the air like a heavy blanket. “He’s been here,” Kanin murmured at my […]

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