The Shattered Dark

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Ace Books, 2012 - Fiction - 292 pages
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McKenzie Lewis has a gift. It allows her access to a world few have seen, and even fewer can comprehend. It's her secret. And it exists in the shadows…

McKenzie was a normal college student, save for one little twist: she's a shadow reader, someone who can both see the fae and track their movements between our world and the Realm. It's a gift for which she has been called insane, one for which she has risked family and friends—and one that has now plunged her into a brutal civil war between the fae.

With the reign of the king and his vicious general at an end, McKenzie hoped to live a more normal life while exploring her new relationship with Aren, the rebel fae who has captured her heart. But when her best friend, Paige, disappears McKenzie knows her wish is, for now, just a dream. McKenzie is the only one who can rescue her friend, but if she's not careful, her decisions could cost the lives of everyone she's tried so hard to save.

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User Review  - KateBond - LibraryThing

Why does everything have to be a trilogy? My friend Samantha and I want someone to create a trilogy tracker app, because we both read about five books a week and its hard to keep track of what we've ... Read full review

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User Review  - ufreview - LibraryThing

The Shattered Dark is the second book in the McKenzie Lewis series and The Shadow Reader is probably one of the best debuts to a UF series, I was such a huge fan of the first one that I had to get my ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Sandy Williams graduated from Texas A&M University with degrees in political science and history. She worked as a librarian until her husband whisked her off to London on an extended business trip. Now she's back in Texas, writing full-time, raising twin boys, and squeezing in time to play geeky board and card games like Settlers of Catan, Dominion, and Runebound.

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