Children's Fiction Fantasy & Magic
- Penguin Group Canada
- Initial publish date
- Jul 2009
- Fantasy & Magic
Paperback / softback
- Publish Date
- Jul 2009
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Grade: k to 12
Zenith is dead, and in her new role as leader, Sabine is struggling to guide Triskelia to victory in the battle against the Keyland Guard. At first Sabine is grateful for Sethï¿½s army of boy soldiers and his seeming allegiance with the rebels, but as the casualties grow she begins to question his intentions. Eli is tasked with escorting child refugees away from the frontline, and along the way he comes up with a peaceful strategy for helping the revolution.When the storm finally abates, who will go on to lead the new world, in whatever form it takes?
About the author
Carrie Mac is an award-winning author who has moved too many times to count. For now, she lives in Pemberton, a very small town nestled in the mountains north of Vancouver. Carrie Mac's first novel The Beckoners won the Arthur Ellis YA Award, is a CLA Honour book, and is being adapted for film. Her contributions to the Orca Soundings series continue to get reluctant teens excited about reading. She is available for school and library presentations, and has been known to hold the interest of a couple hundred teens where others have failed. Maybe it's the tattoos.
Storm (Triskelia)Sabine is struggling to guide Triskelia to victory in battle against the Keyland Guard. The Maddox siblings have one goal in mind, to find their father and make him pay. When the storm abates, who will go on to lead the new world? This is the enthralling conclusion to the Triskelia trilogy.
Source: The Canadian Children’s Book Centre. Best Books for Kids & Teens. 2009.