Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group Winter 2014 by Macmillan

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square fish ยท march 2014 juvenile fiction science fiction fantasy magic david whitley the canticle of whispers in the final volume of the agora trilogy mark and lily lead the revolution while confronting the shocking nature of their own destinies over the course of their travels mark and lily have seen the dark side of capitalist society and the terrifying side of utopian community now they journey deep underground to a world populated by people terrified of physical touch but capable of creating mesmerizing song here they discover the seat of agora s power and try to right the wrongs of their forefathers but can they succeed without sacrificing themselves in this gripping conclusion to a trilogy that is at once timely and prophetic david whitley pushes his characters and his world to the brink in order to find redemption from the past david whitley wrote his first children s novel at age seventeen it was shortlisted for the kathleen fidler award at twenty he was the youngest person ever to win the cheshire prize for literature for a children s short story he is a graduate of oxford university and lives in chester england visit march square fish juvenile fiction science fiction fantasy magic on sale 3/11/2014 ages 11 to 14 grades 6 to 9 paperback softback 400 pages 5.188 in w 7.625 in h carton quantity 20 isbn 9781250039989 $7.99 $8.99 can also available praise for the children of the lost 9780312600914 $7.99 the midnight charter 9780312629045 $7.99 the midnight charter exciting and gripping from the first heartstopping line this first book in a trilogy takes readers only part of the way to resolving the predictions of the midnight charter and its relationship to mark and lily readers will anxiously await the next installment as they reach the cliffhanger ending school library journal whitley threads together a thrilling pageturner with the two young heroes lives intertwining in surprising and illuminating ways shelf awareness 154