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Fantasy enthusiasts looking for their next epic need look no further. Set in a fantastical version of medieval China, readers follow the trials of Rin, a war orphan. Despite her meager existence she aces an Empire-wide test propelling her into the ranks of an elite military school. While studying, she begins to unlock the mysteries of her past and of magic thought long lost. Never too far away is the rumble of renewed war with the Empire’s ancient enemy. Based on Chinese history and filled with pulse racing action, this is an excellent addition to any shelf.

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ISBN: 9780062662569
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Published: Harper Voyager - May 2018

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By the time of his death at the age of thirty-two, Bruce Lee had achieved unparalleled success in martial arts and film. With the posthumous release of his movie Enter the Dragon, he became one of the icons of the 20th century.  Although much has been published about him, Matthew Polly has written the definitive biography on Lee. By the end of this excellent book, readers will feel like they've come to know the man behind those fists of fury.

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ISBN: 9781501187629
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Published: Simon & Schuster - June 5th, 2018

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Hark! If you yearn for fantastical stories set elsewhere besides the snowy peaks and lush green forests of medieval Europe, if elven kin and dragonkind no longer interest you, I implore you to read this book. The story begins by following the travails of Nahri, con artist extraordinaire living on the streets of 18th century Cairo. While executing a scam, Nahri briefly taps into a knowledge and power she thought didn’t exist. This catapults her into a magical journey filled with adventure and danger, with surprises at every turn. Journey into the City of Brass, if you dare.

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ISBN: 9780062678119
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Published: Harper Voyager - July 3rd, 2018