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This is no longer a fairytale. Perhaps it never was. Emberglass has slipped from the clutches of one evil queen to another; maybe Adaire is not the hero Celestia needs. It is better to turn away before she makes things worse, but Adaire is already too deeply entwined. And when Queen Sereia seeks her out, she must rethink where her loyalties lie. It is difficult to be the hero, but sometimes it is harder to be the villain.
Anagha Ratish is a thirteen-year-old author and avid reader, who has always been fascinated by the art of storytelling. Her debut book, Celestia Chronicles: Fire and Water, was published when she was twelve and has received critical acclaim from leading reviewers. She has also written a poetry book. When Anagha is not reading books, or writing them, she dabbles in music, painting, and needlework.