Skybound Trilogy YA Book Club
For readers ages 12-18
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Readers between 12 and 18 are wanted for Alex London's Skybound Saga Book Club. Be one of the first 15 to sign up and receive all three of the books for FREE. We will read each of the volumes and then discuss them once a month. In June, Alex London WILL VISIT Decatur Public Library for a presentation. If YOU are in the book club, you will have a VIP meet and greet with the author! Ask questions about the books, about writing, whatever you want to know.
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Book Club will meet in the Children's Auditorium:
March 25th, 3:30pm---Book 1--Black Wings Beating
April 22nd, 3:30 pm---Book 2--Red Skies Falling
May 20th, 3:30 pm----Book 3--Gold Wings Rising
*Virtual attendance via Zoom is possible. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
From the publisher:
Alex London’s young adult fantasy Skybound Saga is the story of Brysen and Kylee, brother and sister twins who come from a family of falconers. Their talents with birds of prey may be the last, best hope the people of Uztar have against the tide of war threatening their land.
“Epic thrills, heart-punching romance, and a marvel of a hero.”—New York Times bestselling author Adam Silvera (on Black Wings Beating)
About the author:
Alex London is the author of over 25 books for children, teens, and adults, with over 2 million copies sold. He’s the author of the middle grade Dog Tags, Tides of War, Wild Ones, and Accidental Adventures series, as well as two titles in the 39 Clues. His latest middle grade series, Battle Dragons, a cyberpunk romp pitched as The Fast and the Furious meets How to Train Your Dragon, is out from Scholastic. For young adults, he’s the author of the cyberpunk duology Proxy, an ALA Top Ten Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Readers, Best Fiction For Young Adults, and Rainbow List selection and the epic fantasy trilogy, Black Wings Beating, an NBC Today Show Pick, a Kirkus Best Young Adult Fantasy selection, a Seventeen Magazine best of 2018 pick, and a We Need Diverse Books 2018 Must Read, and a 2020 Rainbow List selection. He’s been a journalist and human rights researcher reporting from conflict zones and refugee camps, a young adult librarian with New York Public Library, an assistant to a film agent, and a snorkel salesman. He lives with his husband, daughter, and hound dog in Philadelphia, PA.