Within Every Flame: Kindle (MOBI)
Grab a cup of tea and settle in with the ebook of Within Every Flame, the third installment in the Call of the Crow Quartet. Download the MOBI version for Kindle ONLY.
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Andi Lin is ready to put the past behind her. After Nutrexo’s former CEO lands behind bars, she’s hopeful that she’ll be able to move on. But when Blazin Bitz reappear on the shelves, she realizes this story is far from over.
The Mirzapours also want a fresh start. Cyrus pivots to the tech world and finds himself part of a new team, where he unearths deeply personal secrets about his closest allies. Roya reconnects with an old friend, who gives her a dangerous—and seemingly impossible—mission. And as Naveed struggles to get back on his feet, an enigmatic visitor approaches him with a disturbing request.
Shadowy forces are stalking them all, and the pressure is rising. Who will find their hidden strength… and who will explode?
This engrossing third installment of the Call of the Crow Quartet follows four beloved characters as they grapple with the past, contend with complicated relationships, and start to build their futures.
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.
358 print pages
Within Every Flame is recommended for readers ages 14 and up.
Violence, PTSD, sexual assault, car crashes, drug use, addiction, alcoholism, divorce, disease epidemics, respiratory illness, hospitalization, blood, vomit, fire, dying/death, racism, animal violence and death, profanity