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    James Bartholomeusz

ISBN: 9781605427003

The Grey Star

by: James Bartholomeusz

The Cult is thwarted and Nexus is destroyed, but the Apollonians must find the remaining Shards of the Risa Star. Jack Lawson and the others face unexpected challenges: a desert fortress more inhabited than it first appeared, a once prosperous city-state slipping into totalitarianism, and old enemies rising from the shadows to leave their fatal marks.

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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 3 in the The Seven Stars Trilogy

The Cult is thwarted and Nexus is destroyed, but the Apollonians must find the remaining Shards of the Risa Star. Jack Lawson and the others face unexpected challenges: a desert fortress more inhabited than it first appeared, a once prosperous city-state slipping into totalitarianism, and old enemies rising from the shadows to leave their fatal marks.

Meanwhile, something stirs on the edge of sight. The pieces move into place, the trap is laid, and Jack must confront a truth that will tear the world apart.

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ISBN: 9781605427003
Publisher: Medallion Press Inc.
Publish Date: 2013
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“Existential questions in the midst of grand conflicts, all peppered with elves, goblins, and otherworldly creatures, could be enough to weigh most projects down, but Bartholomeusz juggles these diverse elements well. He strikes a balance between Lev Grossman and Philip Pullman, and The Grey Star should enthrall readers of all ages. An impressive and certainly satisfying conclusion to a trilogy which should stand out in its genre.” ~Michelle Anne Schingler, Foreword Reviews

“Bartholomeusz’s wild imagination and ability to pen swift action sequences may spark the interests of dedicated sci-fi and fantasy readers. With experience . . . this author could be big.” ~Kirkus Reviews