Welcome to the world of the Ophi, a group of necromancers descended from Medusa.
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"An interesting take on Greek mythology that will have you turning the pages." -- #1 New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling Author Jennifer L. Armentrout
To the world, she was a monster. To the gods, she was a pawn.
Years later, Dusa Gordon opens her eyes to find herself in the underworld with no memory of who she is. Hades is only telling her what he wants her to know, and Persephone’s cryptic warnings aren’t much help.
Sent to be a student at a university near the sea, Dusa meets all kinds of characters. But Dorian seems so familiar—especially his deep-sea blue eyes. And the closer she gets to Dorian, the closer her memories come to the surface.
But how can she live with the truth that her one true love betrayed her and sentenced her to life as a monster? Worse, her return brings back the war between the gods.
Will Dusa’s wrath and desire for revenge turn her into the monster again, only to have her suffer the same dark destiny?
Chloe Hendrick never expected to die on her eighteenth birthday. And fate didn’t expect her to either.
There’s been a horrible mistake, and Chloe’s death throws off the balance of the universe, setting in motion several other deaths.
With the help of a spirit Guide, Chloe will have to relive her eighteenth birthday and try to figure out how to prevent her own death. But she has a limited number of chances to right this wrong, and each time she doesn’t succeed, more people will die.
But the more Chloe discovers about what’s really supposed to happen on her eighteenth birthday, the more she’s convinced death might be her best option.
Fans of If I Stay and Before I Fall will enjoy this story of love, death, and relationships.
About UNSEEN EVIL:How can you fight what you can’t see?
Emily Saunders knows what career she’ll have, who she’ll marry, and even how many children she’ll have. She’s known this since she was born. All thanks to the scientists who created the community of Theoria and decided planning out the future and eliminating chance by using people’s blood is the best way to live.
Everyone is happy. Except Emily. But since her dad is one of the founding scientists, leaving Theoria is impossible. Worse, Emily starts getting visions of the future—a future that doesn’t fit what the scientists have planned. She has to hide her gift or she could be killed by the very people who are claiming to know the way to a peaceful existence. And when a stranger comes into the community and has the same gift, it threatens to expose them both.
But the biggest secret is the one Theoria’s founders are keeping. Their experiment is so much greater than they’re letting on, and it could mean the end for Emily and everyone she cares about.
When Ella Andrews’s best friend, Avery, goes missing, she’ll do anything to get him back—even follow a strange shadow to another world where the constellations are real-life figures in the sky.
Draco, Scorpius, and Serpens have fallen and are destroying the world of Stellaris. And the princess is forcing Ella, Avery, and an army of other kids kidnapped from their world to fight the rogue constellations. But Stellaris isn’t meant for humans, and the longer Ella and the others stay, the more they fade into substanceless shadows—a fate worse than death.
Can Ella save Stellaris before there's nothing left of her and Avery?