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Publisher Description

Nicholas Flamel appeared in J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series—but did you know he really lived? And he might still be alive today! Discover the truth behind Michael Scott’s New York Times bestselling series the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel with “Aoife and Scathach, Shadow Twins,” an ebook original that includes two short stories.

Discover two lost stories from the life of the Shadow Twins, Scathach and Aoife, told now for the first time. . . .

“Aoife of the Shadows”
Lost on a distant Shadowrealm, Aoife is tempted by a crystal skull older than most civilizations. If she worships it, she will be given the power to kill her twin sister, Scathach.
“Scathach the Shadow in the Land of Youth”
The Warrior Maid Scathach is hiding out in a dangerous Shadowrealm, the Land of Youth, and must use all her skills to prevent a war.

“Fans of adventure fantasies like Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians series will eat this one up.” —VOYA

Read the whole series!
The Alchemyst
The Magician
The Sorceress
The Necromancer
The Warlock
The Enchantress

Young Adult
November 3
Random House Children's Books
Penguin Random House LLC

Customer Reviews

Josey86 ,

Somewhere Between 3 & 4 Stars

Not what I was expecting. This is really more two separate stories that are only linked by the fact the MC of each story is the twin of the other and thinks of the other in her individual story. Aoife’s story is longer than Scatty. They each decide independently they want to talk to each other and make up.

The stories seem to take place before the main series, but I’m not entirely sure, seeing that they meet in the main series and aren’t in a making up mood. These stories are a bit confusing in that respect.

Scatty is my favourite character from this series, so this was a little bit of a let down. I enjoyed reading it, but it really just left me confused. Was this supposed to be what the two of them were doing at the same time, in different shadow realms?

It was great getting to read more about Aoife and see her from her own perspective instead of just through Scatty’s POV. Maybe the problem is me. I don’t know.

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