“Romantic, suspenseful and witty all at once — ALICE IN WONDERLAND meets NEVERWHERE.” — Claudia Gray, New York Times bestselling author of the Evernight series on The Girl Who Never Was
Set after Skylar Dorset’s debut The Girl Who Never Was and before the thrilling conclusion to her Otherworld duology, The Boy With the Hidden Name, this novella is told from the perspective of Merrow, the Fay of the Summer Equinox.
Merrow could tell is was going to be a good school year because Jupiter was moving into her constellation. Merrow read the stars...well, sometimes she got a feeling anyway. The stars were always dancing — they were difficult to understand. And then there was Trow. He was a new boy at school and Merrow got a feeling... Which is weird because she’s never minded being on her own before. (She wasn’t exactly popular.) But there was something about Trow. And a prophecy and fate and danger and love — if only the stars would hold still.
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Best book I have read already!!!
I'm am only on page 18 and I am in love with this book already. It is awesome and I would recommend this book to anyone who loves thrillers, love, and suspense. The relationship between the two of them is so awesome.
It was a good book
I think it is a good book and I love it
The girl who read the stars
I’m only on page 23/24 and I just realized that she has 2 moms and no dads!!?? Don’t judge me, this is the first book I’ve read out of the series! lesbian parents. I don’t have a problem with lesbian people I’m just surprised, like this author could do better, and find a better thing with parents. Some of us are younger then 13, you know!! I’m also in LOVE with this book!!😀💖🥰😍😆😆😆