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The Missing of Clairdelune: Book Two of the Mirror Visitor Quartet

The Missing of Clairdelune: Book Two of the Mirror Visitor Quartet

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Book Two in the Internationally Bestselling Mirror Visitor Quartet
WINNER of the 2021 Prix Albertine Jeunesse

In book two of the bestselling Mirror Visitor Quartet, "the plots multiply, the world of the Arks gains depth, details abound, and the story envelops the reader as the pages fly by." (Le Monde des ados)

When Ophelia is promoted to Vice-storyteller by Farouk, the ancestral Spirit of Pole, she finds herself unexpectedly thrust into the public spotlight. her gift--the ability to read the secret history of objects--is now known by all, and there can be no greater threat to the nefarious denizens of her icy adopted home than this.

Beneath the golden rafters of Pole's capitol, she discovers that the only person she may be able to trust is Thorn, her enigmatic and emotionally distant fiancé. As one influential courtier after another disappears, Ophelia again finds herself unintentionally implicated in an investigation that will lead her to see beyond Pole's many illusions to the heart of a formidable truth.

Author: Christelle Dabos
Publisher: Europa Editions
Published: 05/07/2019
Pages: 540
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.70lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.50w x 1.80d
ISBN: 9781609455071
Age Range: 14-UP

Review Citation(s):
Kirkus Reviews 04/15/2019
Publishers Weekly 05/13/2019
School Library Journal 05/10/2019 pg. 1

About the Author

Christelle Dabos was born on the Côte d'Azur in 1980 and grew up in a home filled with classical music and historical games. She now lives in Belgium. The Mirror Visitor, her debut series, won the Gallimard Jeunesse-RTL-Télérama First Novel Competition.

Since graduating in French from Oxford University, Hildegarde Serle has worked in London as a newspaper subeditor, mainly on The Independent and The Sunday Telegraph. In 2011, she decided to combine her love of both English and French by doing the Chartered Institute of Linguists Diploma in Translation. Although she still lives in London, her heart still lives on the Quai aux Fleurs in Paris.

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