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    James Bartholomeusz

ISBN: 9781605425375

The Black Rose

by: James Bartholomeusz

Having pledged themselves to the Apollonians’ humanitarian cause, Jack and Lucy continue their search for the Risa Star. Their journey takes them to worlds alien to them yet uncannily paralleling their own: an arctic mountain range, a city in the throes of industrialization, and a forest whose inhabitants are literally a part of their environment.

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James Bartholomeusz was born in 1992 in southeast London. He grew up in Hertfordshire and went to school in St. Albans. In the sixth form, he began penning his first novel for young adults, The White Fox, book one of The Seven Stars Trilogy. It was published by Medallion Press during his second year at university. The sequel, The Black Rose, was published in December 2012, and The Grey Star is the concluding part of the series.
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Overview

Book 2 in the Seven Stars Trilogy

Having pledged themselves to the Apollonians’ humanitarian cause, Jack and Lucy continue their search for the Risa Star. Their journey takes them to worlds alien to them yet uncannily paralleling their own: an arctic mountain range, a city in the throes of industrialization, and a forest whose inhabitants are literally a part of their environment.

But they’re not the only ones looking. The Cult of Dionysus draws ever closer to the completion of its superweapon, threatening to wreak havoc on an unprecedented scale. Meanwhile, Alex remains the emperor’s prisoner, struggling against the increasingly inviting pull of the Darkness.

A white fox, a black rose, and gray smoke shrouding something just out of sight . . .

What does it all mean?

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ISBN: 9781605425375
Publisher: Medallion Press Inc.
Publish Date: 2012
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“This book continues the great saga that started with The White Fox. In this book you again are transported into a world different from your own. This being said, though, the author has done a great job at helping people to make the connections and providing an overall story that is fun and engaging. Also, the characters are well developed, and through Jack and Lucy’s journey, you are taken on an adventure that you (and they) will never forget!” ~ Dad of Divas Reviews, October 2012

“Just as in the first installment of the trilogy, this is full of references to heroic literature, time travel, excitement and danger. Bartholomeusz, a teenager at the time of publication of the first book, pens a fast-paced page turner. . . .” ~Kirkus Reviews