Spies have a reputation for being glamorous, intelligent people that always have a clever line and a speedy getaway. The life of World War I spy Mata Hari meets all the qualifications — except the latter. From a cold cell in Paris, she tells readers her uniquely tragic story.
In the thrilling conclusion to the Waterfire series, Jennifer Donnelly delivers a climactic ending focusing on three of the main characters: Astrid, Serafina, and Ava. For readers new to the Waterfire series, these three girls are part of six heroine mermaids living in an ocean rich with mythology, magic and betrayal. Along with her friends, Serafina works to stop her treacherous uncle Vallerio from stealing her throne and achieving control over all of the mer realm. But Vallerio isn't the only villain the girls must worry about.
In this sequel to the novel Tempest, Jackson has found a new life with the CIA. Due to his time traveling, he has seen what will happen in the future and needs to stop the danger that is soon to come. The one thing that Jackson needs to learn is how to let go of his girlfriend, Holly. You will meet new people and go on thrilling adventures as Julie Cross takes you on a wild ride across different timelines and puts you in the middle of exciting events!
In Uncertain Glory, the main character is a 13 year-old boy named Joe Wood. Joe is a boy who owns his own newspaper printing shop during the Civil War. Charlie, Joe's best friend, helps him in the shop, but Joe is scared because if he doesn't pay back Mr. Allen, he will take all his printing machines back that he loaned Joe. Joe is really scared that he won't be able to pay his debt for them, so he works super hard. He also meets and becomes friends with a girl named Nell, and she can communicate with spirits.
Boundaries are everywhere: geographical, cultural, religious, and many more. Perhaps one of the most famous boundary lines in America is the Mason-Dixon Line. Many people would recognize the name, but do they know the story of how it was created?