The Crossing (Daughters of the Sea, Book 4) by Kathryn Lasky

The Crossing (Daughters of the Sea, Book 4)

byKathryn Lasky

Kobo ebook | April 28, 2015

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Three sisters bound by something more powerful than blood---a secret as deep as the ocean. Once a maid, Hannah is now engaged to a talented painter. But although both were born mer, Stannish has severed ties to the sea and insists that Hannah do the same. Torn between love and the Laws of Salt, Hannah must make a choice that can only lead to heartbreak. Lucy grew up longing to swim, but her mother believed that girls belonged in the drawing room, not the ocean, and took drastic measures to keep Lucy's identity a secret. Now it's up to Lucy's sisters to save her, before she succumbs to landsickness . . . or the executioner's noose. After a lonely childhood, May suddenly found everything she'd ever wanted. But now with Hannah pulling away and Lucy sentenced to die, May's world is falling apart. Is she destined to lose her sisters all over again? This conclusion is as beautiful and dangerous as the sea itself. Fans of Downton Abbey will delight in the Edwardian splendor, and all readers will be swept away by a tide of magic and romance.

Kathryn Lasky is the Newbery Honor-winning author of over one hundred books for children and young adults. Her beloved Guardians of Ga'Hoole fantasy series has sold more than four million copies, and she is the author of A Time for Courage and other titles in the Dear America series. Kathryn has also written a number of critically accl...
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Title:The Crossing (Daughters of the Sea, Book 4)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 28, 2015Publisher:Scholastic Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545634040

ISBN - 13:9780545634045

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Praise for Daughters of the Sea: Hannah

"Many will identify with independent and winsome Hannah as she tries to find her place in the world." — School Library Journal

"This novel has menacing, almost gothic overtones as well as a strong sense of time, place, and class distinctions." — Booklist