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Reign of the fallen / Sarah Glenn Marsh.

Marsh, Sarah Glenn author. (Author).
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George H. and Ella M. Rodgers Memorial Library Y MARSH 34510010907564 Teen Area - Fiction Checked out 05/14/2018
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  • ISBN: 0448494396
  • ISBN: 9780448494395
  • Physical Description: 370 pages ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Razorbill, 2018.

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"Odessa is one of Karthia's master necromancers, catering to the kingdom's ruling Dead. Whenever a noble dies, it's Odessa's job to raise them by retrieving their souls from a dreamy and dangerous shadow world called the Deadlands. But there is a cost to being raised: the Dead must remain shrouded. If even a hint of flesh is exposed, the grotesque transformation begins, turning the Dead into terrifying, blood thirsty Shades. A dramatic uptick in Shade attacks raises suspicions and fears among Odessa's necromancer community. Soon a crushing loss of one of their own leaves Odessa shattered, and reveals a disturbing conspiracy in Karthia: Someone is intentionally creating Shades by tearing shrouds from the Dead--and training them to attack. Odessa is forced to contemplate a terrifying question: What if her magic is the weapon that brings the kingdom to its knees? Fight alongside her follow necromancers--and a powerful girl as enthralling as she is infuriating--Odessa must untangle the gruesome plot to destroy Karthia before the Shades take everything she loves."--Page [4] of cover.
Subject: Magic > Fiction
Dead > Fiction.
Teenagers > Fiction
Bisexual women > Fiction.
Conspiracy > Fiction
Genre: Fantasy fiction
Paranormal fiction
Romance fiction
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