Half Lost

Half Lost

Paperback | March 7, 2017

bySally Green

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The magical, stunning conclusion to the internationally acclaimed Half Bad trilogy.

"An enthralling fantasy in the Harry Potter tradition."--Time Magazine on Half Bad

The Alliance is losing. Their most critical weapon, seventeen-year-old witch Nathan Brynn, has killed fifty-two people, and yet he’s no closer to ending the tyrannical, abusive rule of the Council of White Witches in England. Nor is Nathan any closer to his personal goal: getting revenge on Annalise, the girl he once loved, before she committed an unthinkable crime. There is an amulet, protected by the extremely powerful witch Ledger, which could be the tool Nathan needs to save himself and the Alliance. But the amulet is not so easily acquired. And lately Nathan has started to suffer from visions: a vision of a golden moment when he dies, and of an endless line of Hunters, impossible to overcome. Gabriel, his closest companion, encourages Nathan to run away with him, to start a peaceful life together. But even Gabriel’s love may not be enough to save Nathan from this war, or from the person he has become.
Set in modern-day Europe, the final book in the Half Bad trilogy is more than a story about witches. It’s a heart-poundingly visceral look at survival and exploitation, the nature of good and evil, and the risks we take for love.

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The magical, stunning conclusion to the internationally acclaimed Half Bad trilogy."An enthralling fantasy in the Harry Potter tradition."--Time Magazine on Half Bad The Alliance is losing. Their most critical weapon, seventeen-year-old witch Nathan Brynn, has killed fifty-two people, and yet he’s no closer to ending the tyrannical, ab...

Sally Green lives in north-west England. She has had various jobs and even a profession but in 2010 she discovered a love of writing and now just can’t stop. She used to keep chickens, makes decent jam, doesn't mind ironing, loves to walk in Wales even when it's raining, and will probably never jog again. She really ought to drink less...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.68 inPublished:March 7, 2017Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0147511941

ISBN - 13:9780147511942


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In the year that my father turned twenty-eight he killed thirty-two people. Celia used to make me learn facts about Marcus. That’s one of them. It was the most he killed in anyone year before the war between Soul’s Council and the Alliance of Free Witches. I used to think that thirty-two was a lot.In the year Marcus turned seventeen, the year of his Giving, he killed just four people. I’m still only seventeen. Before the Battle of Bialowieza—the day my father died, the day almost half of the Alliance died, the day now referred to as “BB” by anyone who dares refer to it at all—anyway, before that day I’d killed twenty-three people.BB was months ago and now I’ve passed fifty kills. I’ve killed fifty-two people to be precise.It’s important to be precise about these things. I don’t include Pilot—she was dying anyway—and Sameen isn’t in the count. What I did for her was a mercy. The Hunters killed Sameen. Shot her in the back as we fled from the battle. And Marcus? I definitely don’t include him in the fifty-two. I didn’t kill him. She killed him.Annalise.Her name makes me want to spew. Everything about her makes me want to spew: her blonde hair, her blue eyes, her golden skin. Everything about her is disgusting, false. She said she loved me. And I said I loved her but I meant it. I did love her. What a stupid idiot! Falling for her, an O’Brien. She said I was her hero, her prince and, like the dumb, thick mug that I am, I wanted to believe her. I did believe her.And now all I want is to kill her. To cut her open and rip screams out of her. But even that isn’t enough; that won’t come close to it. I’d have to make her know how hard it is to do what I did. I’d have to make her cut off her own hand and eat it, or cut out her own eyes and eat them, and still that’d be easier than what I did.I’ve killed fifty-two people. But really all I want is to get my hands on her. I’d be happy with fifty-three. Just one more and I’ll be satisfied.

Editorial Reviews

Praise and accolades for Half Lost:* "One of the finest recent examples of YA fantasy."—Publishers Weekly, starred review* "A poignant finale to a trilogy. . . . A melancholy yet perfectly pitched denouement."—Booklist, starred review* "An immensely satisfying finale of dazzling magic, hard-earned romance, and the tragic realities of war."—Kirkus Reviews, starred review"Enthralling . . . Essential."—School Library Journal"Poignant, surprising, and utterly satisfying."—VOYAPraise and accolades for Half Wild: * "Riveting. . . . Features the same powerful language, well-developed characters, fascinating magic, and harrowing action sequences as its predecessor and will leave its readers anxiously awaiting the final volume."—Publishers Weekly, starred review* "The blood and gore, the willingness to endure and survive at any price, and the dichotomies between good and bad, love and hate, wild and civilized—all haunt the reader, climaxing in a tragic ending that portends the horror, violence, and possible relationships in the trilogy’s final installment."—Booklist, starred review "Green delivers vibrant characters, and Nathan's relationships arc in thrilling highs and lows. . . The climax ushers in a bloody, unforgettable cliffhanger. A character-driven page-turner offering both emotional depth and gory thrills."—Kirkus Reviews Praise and accolades for Half Bad:   "Highly entertaining and dangerously addictive."—Time Magazine   “Genuinely engaging.”—The New York Times   “Gripping.”—US Weekly   “Bewitching.”—The Wall Street Journal “Captivating.”— Los Angeles Times  "A page-turner."—The Boston Globe "An epic journey."—D.J. MacHale, New York Times bestselling author of Pendragon and Sylo   "Brilliant and utterly compelling."—Kate Atkinson, New York Times bestselling author of Life After Life "This will haunt you."—Marie Lu, New York Times bestselling author of Legend "Edgy, arresting and brilliantly written." —Michael Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Gone * "A thrilling tale . . . Unforgettable."—Publishers Weekly, starred review * "Marvelous."—Booklist, starred review   A Spring 2014 Kids' Indie Next List pick A TIME Magazine Best Book of 2014   A Booklist Top 10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror for Youth   An Amazon.com Best Book of 2014   Holder of two Guinness World Records   Rights sold in 50 international markets