Song of the Abyss

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2019 - Young Adult Fiction - 368 pages
Ancient grievances, long-held grudges, and dangerous magic combine in this sweeping fantasy perfect for fans of Tamora Pierce and Rachel Hartman.

As the granddaughter of a famed navigator, seventeen-year-old Reyna has always lived life on her own terms, despite those who say a girl could never be an explorer for the royal house of St. John del Mar. She is determined to prove them wrong, and as she returns home after a year-long expedition, she knows her dream is within reach. No longer an apprentice, instead: Reyna, Master Explorer. But when menacing raiders attack her ship, those dreams are pushed aside. Reyna's escape is both desperate and dangerous, and when next she sees her ship, a mystery rises from the deep. The sailors--her captain, her countrymen--have vanished. To find them, Reyna must use every resource at her disposal . . . including placing her trust in a handsome prince from a rival kingdom. Together they uncover a disturbing truth. The attack was no isolated incident. Troubling signs point to a shadowy kingdom in the north, and for once, the rulers of the Sea of Magdalen agree: something must be done. But can Reyna be brave enough to find a way?
 

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Contents

One
1
Two
9
Three
20
Four
30
Five
40
Six
57
Seven
68
Eight
80
Nineteen
208
Twenty
220
TwentyOne
242
TwentyTwo
251
TwentyThree
265
TwentyFour
283
TwentyFive
292
TwentySix
303

Nine
97
Ten
105
Eleven
112
Twelve
122
Thirteen
140
Fourteen
152
Fifteen
161
Sixteen
176
Seventeen
185
Eighteen
198
TwentySeven
313
TwentyEight
323
TwentyNine
330
Thirty
342
Back Matter
345
Back Flap
359
Back Cover
360
Spine
361
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Makiia Lucier grew up on the Pacific Island of Guam and holds degrees in journalism and library studies from the University of Oregon and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is the author of A Death-Struck Year, Isle of Blood and Stone, and Song of the Abyss.
www.makiialucier.com
Twitter @makiialucier.

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