Into The Light

Paperback | August 23, 2016

byCaroline T. Patti

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Mercy’s family is back together and the threat of danger appears to have passed. But any relief she feels is short lived as she is ripped from her body and thrown in jail. Gage and Nathaniel’s plans to break Mercy out won’t exactly be easy. Stuffed full of a chemical binding agent, Mercy is trapped inside the body of a convict without the ability to breach and set herself free. Unfortunately for Mercy, being trapped in jail becomes the least of her problems when she meets her evil twin, Justice.

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Mercy’s family is back together and the threat of danger appears to have passed. But any relief she feels is short lived as she is ripped from her body and thrown in jail. Gage and Nathaniel’s plans to break Mercy out won’t exactly be easy. Stuffed full of a chemical binding agent, Mercy is trapped inside the body of a convict without ...

Caroline T. Patti is a school librarian, an avid reader, and a Green Bay Packers fan. She is the author of Too Late to Apologize and The World Spins Madly On. She is the author of Into the Dark. She lives in Elk Grove, California.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:267 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.7 inPublished:August 23, 2016Publisher:Month9Books, LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1942664443

ISBN - 13:9781942664444

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“The dialogue is fantastic, the plot well structured, and the action nonstop, and the suspense of who is telling the truth will keep teen readers captivated right through the end. There is just enough introspection to keep readers engaged with the characters, but not too much to keep them away from the fast-paced action.”  —School Library Journal on Into the Dark