Fall back into the throes of Kai’s story as she continues on her journey throughout the third installment of The Fragments Series. As the war begins she, alongside everybody else, must choose a side. When Kai is forced to turn against those she cared most about, a new threat—a threat that wants to destroy what is left of Finn.
Jumping power of the creative mind, Tracy Auerbach takes us through the multitude of worlds that books create and open for us—the reader—and the power that the author of these stories wields. Will Kai prevail against all odds?
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To defeat the greatest evil, they have to risk becoming it.
The time has come for Kai and her friends to make a final stand, and as the war begins, everyone must choose a side. But with the lines between good and evil more blurred than ever, Kai has to stick with her convictions and follow her heart. Kai’s first priority is to free Finn from the clutches of Tessa Raven, who has become no better than the evil she once fought against.
As Kai reluctantly turns against the people she once considered her closest friends, she becomes entangled in a struggle with a mysterious new power that threatens to destroy what is left of Finn and change everything she thought she knew about the planet.
Meanwhile, Charlie and Aric remain behind and help Raven breach the underground world of the Science Council. All bets are off as they prepare to cross every line and burn every bridge in an attempt to claim the world that has abused them for too long.
Tracy Auerbach is an author of science fiction and fantasy for teens and adults. As an avid reader with a vivid imagination, she chose to study film, English, and education, and went on to teach and write S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) curriculum for the New York Department of Education. This helped to polish her writing skills and ignite her passion for science fiction. Her first scholarly article, published in Language Magazine, was about the value of active, creative learning in science.
On the fiction side, Tracy’s work has been featured in the online literary journal Micro-horror, The Writing Disorder fiction anthology, and the “(Dis)ability” short story anthology. Her first novel, The Human Cure, introduced a brand-new kind of vampire mythology. She currently has several other novels in the works. When she is not teaching or writing, Tracy is usually reading or spending time with her family. She lives in New York with her husband and sons.