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Book Review: “The Invasion of the Tearling” by Erika Johansen

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The wait is finally over - the sequel to "The Queen of the Tearling" has arrived! "The Invasion of the Tearling" picks up right where "The Queen of the Tearling" left off - with the army of Mortesme looming right on the border of the Tearling. Nineteen-year-old Queen Kelsea may have stopped the trade in human trafficking that has plagued the Tearling since the reign of her mother, but her problems are only beginning. Read More »

Exclusive interview with Erika Johansen, author of “The Invasion of the Tearling”!

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The long wait for the sequel to "The Queen of the Tearling" is almost over - "The Invasion of the Tearling" will be released next Tuesday, June 9! To tide you over for these last few harrowing days, we've got an exclusive interview with author Erika Johansen where she discusses Kelsea, the Tearling, and of course, which Hogwarts House she aligns herself with. Read More »

Giveaway: WIN a SIGNED copy of “The Queen of the Tearling”!

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It's been almost a year since "The Queen of the Tearling" hit bookstore shelves, and we're dying to know what happens next. Luckily for us, the sequel, "The Invasion of the Tearling", will be released in just a few short months, on June 9, 2015. In the meantime, we've got an AMAZING giveaway for all you "Tearling" fans out there - a chance to win a signed copy of the beautiful brand-new paperback edition of "The Queen of the Tearling" and a signed galley of "The Invasion of the Tearling"! Read More »

“The Queen of the Tearling” is out today in the US!

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Emma Watson signed on to be a part of the film adaptation of "The Queen of the Tearling" over a year before the book was even released, and today fans in the US can finally see what attracted Emma to the role! Read More »

Book Review: “The Queen of the Tearling” by Erika Johansen

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"The Queen of the Tearling" was introduced to the world in a flurry of publicity. Debut author Erika Johansen received a much publicized seven-figure advance when she sold the rights to her trilogy to HarperCollins, and not long afterwards, Emma Watson was attached to produce and star in the film adaptation of the novel – before the first installment was even published! Read what we thought of the book! Read More »