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The boundless #2

Bright, Anna (author.). Bright, Anna Sequel to (work): Beholder. (Added Author).
Series: Beholder ; 2

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at LARL/NWRL Consortium.

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Red Lake Falls Public Library ya BRI (Text) 35500006291726 Main Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780062845450
  • ISBN: 0062845454
  • Physical Description: 490 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : HarperTeen, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2020]

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General Note: Series information from
Sequel to: The beholder.
Summary, etc.: "After enduring deception at the hands of one prince, Selah never imagined she'd find love with Torden of Norge. Or that she'd be banished from his court as a traitor and a spy, unsure when or if they'll see each other again. That heartbreak pales in comparison to her crew's--her friends'--betrayal. The Beholder's true mission was a secret they didn't trust Selah to keep: transporting weapons to rebels fighting against the Imperiya Yotne's brutal tsarytsya, whose shadow looms over their next port, Shvartsval'd--a place Selah hoped she would never have to go"--Publisher

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2020 September #1
    Selah is not the same girl who left Potomac to find a husband on her stepmother's orders. She found love with Prince Torden of Asgard, but she found a quest, too, so she must keep sailing. With the crew of the Beholder, she sails into the Imperiya, the territory that has haunted her nightmares, carrying a secret stockpile of weapons for the rebellion against Baba Yaga, the brutal tsarytsya who rules the land with darkness and fear. The first half of this sequel to The Beholder (2019) is filled mostly with Selah's third suitor visit, which, unlike her romantic first, is a fearful farce; this time, Bright draws from German fairy tales, recreating The Twelve Dancing Princesses. But Baba Yaga is an ominous presence, and both Selah and the reader know that, eventually, she will appear. Eminently readable, this duology will delight any fan of fairy tales or high adventure. Readers may have their favorites of Selah's suitors, but they will cheer as she learns to follow her heart and her feet in this darker, but still glittering, second half. Grades 9-12. Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.

Subject: Nobility Fiction
Secrecy Fiction
Government, Resistance to Fiction
Insurgency Fiction
Child soldiers Fiction
Forced marriage Fiction
Nobility Fiction
Ocean travel Fiction
Love Fiction
Adventure and adventurers Fiction
Child soldiers
Forced marriage
Government, Resistance to
Genre: Fantasy fiction.
Young adult works.
Fantasy fiction.
Young adult fiction.
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