To Bear An Iron Key by Jackie Morse Kessler

To Bear An Iron Key

byJackie Morse Kessler

Paperback | May 6, 2014

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This richly-imagined universe from an acclaimed fixture of YA storytelling introduces a the young witch Bromwyn, a strong heroine who wields great power. Five years ago, Bromwyn refused a gift from the powerful fairy king. Tonight, on Midsummer, that decision comes back to haunt her. When her best friend Rusty picks the wrong pocket, he and Bromwyn are all that stand between their village and the rampaging fairies who have pushed through the World Door. If they cannot outwit the fairy king and queen before the World Door closes at sunrise, the friends will lose everything—their village, Bromwyn's magic, and Rusty's life.

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Jackie Morse Kessler is the author of the acclaimed YA series Riders of the Apocalypse, published by Harcourt/Graphia. The first two books in the quartet, Hunger and Rage, are YALSA Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers; in addition, Hunger has been nominated for several awards while Rage is an International Reading Association YA Choice. ...
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Title:To Bear An Iron KeyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:250 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.7 inPublished:May 6, 2014Publisher:Month9Books, LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1939765196

ISBN - 13:9781939765192

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"The series is a strong and unique attempt to encourage troubled teens to consider their options and accept the help they need, while exposing all readers to the pain their friends may be experiencing."  —Booklist, review of Breath