Where Shadows Grow: Print Edition
Dive into a thrilling sequel with the paperback edition of Where Shadows Grow, the second installment in the Call of the Crow Quartet.
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Several months after Nutrexo’s downfall, Andi plunges into a new mission: investigating a dietary supplement with unusual, potentially-dangerous side effects. Cyrus wants to help, but he’s hopelessly distracted by the painful secret he’s been hiding about his older brother. He can’t bring himself to tell anyone what really happened that night. Not even Andi.
Meanwhile, Roya is vacationing on a remote island when she makes a chilling discovery. A human skeleton—and near it, a rusty iron key. Can the mysterious girl Roya glimpsed on the bluffs help her piece together some answers? Or will she drag her down into the dark undercurrents flowing beneath them?
This sweeping sequel to When We Vanished takes the reader on a journey through time and place, from a 1970s island commune to a present-day corporate apple orchard, as it explores the question of just how far we’ll go to help the people we love.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Alanna Peterson graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle with degrees in molecular biology and nutritional science. She has worked in a variety of settings throughout her career, including a microbiology lab, a research kitchen, an intensive care unit, a food justice nonprofit, and a shaved ice booth. She is the award-winning author of the Call of the Crow Quartet, a series of young adult thrillers. More information about her books can be found at alannapeterson.com.
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Call of the Crow Quartet, Book 2
Where Shadows Grow is recommended for readers ages 14 and up.
Violence, murder, human rights abuses, blood, vomit, disease outbreaks, severe respiratory illness, psychiatric hospitalization, dying/death, racism, childbirth, miscarriage, drug use, overdose, PTSD, poisoning, self-harm, suicide (attempted), suicidal thoughts, profanity