The Alcazar: A Cerulean Novel

ISBN: 9780062998712
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Publisher,Harper Collins
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Format, Paperback
Weight, 420 g
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From New York Times bestselling author Amy Ewing comes the second book in an epic fantasy duology that School Library Journal called "rich and complex." Perfect for fans of Snow Like Ashes, These Broken Stars, and Magonia!

Sera has finally recognized the true power of her Cerulean blood. But in order to return home, she'll need help from Agnes, Leo, and their grandmother-the only person with knowledge about the mysterious island of Braxos, where the Cerulean tether is anchored. Though the journey will be treacherous, Sera will risk anything to see her City again.

Meanwhile, the High Priestess's power has reached new heights in the City Above the Sky. And when Leela begins having visions of Sera, alive, she knows she's the key to saving the City. But to bring Sera home, Leela must channel the strength, courage, and curiosity that once got her friend exiled.

With the help of friends, family, and Cerulean magic, Leela and Sera could soon return to their normal lives. But when that time comes, will Leela be able to serve her City as blindly as she once did? And will Sera be able to leave everything and everyone she's grown to love on the planet behind?

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
worth reading

The writing was intriguing, well paced, and both plot & character driven. The descriptive writing was really a huge stand out for me. I could visualize the characters, creatures and the worlds.

Mhd Saprisal Sabarudin
Great Book..!!!

This book was just as good or even better than the first one! What an interesting story, amazing characters and worlds. Love the way sexuality is portrayed and the view the people of both worlds have on it. No hate, no prejudice, just understanding. Also love the way the characters are portrayed, the female characters are strong without the need to tell you they are badass or can do this and that. They are just strong in their own power, their willpower, their emotions and spirit. Also the “villains”, they had so much more to them than just being bad. They had their own journey and history. A beautiful story about greed, love, friendship, forgiveness, hope and the discovery of one’s self. Would definitely recommend reading this duology!