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Somewhere Beyond the Sea : Signed First Edition

Somewhere Beyond the Sea : Signed First Edition

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by Klune, TJ | Of specific Gay interest
Published 12/09/2024 by PAN MACMILLAN (Tor) in the United Kingdom as part of the Cerulean Chronicles series
Hardback | 416 pages
234 x 153mm | 0g


Signed First Edition - Hardback - Publishes September 12th

A magical house. A secret past. A summons that could change everything.

This is the hugely-anticipated sequel to TJ Klune's The House in the Cerulean Sea, a cosy-fantasy triumph and a New York Times bestseller.

Arthur Parnassus has built a good life on the ashes of a bad one. He’s headmaster at an orphanage for magical children, on a peculiar island, assisted by love-of-his-life Linus Baker. And together, they’ll do anything to protect their extraordinary and powerful charges.

However, when Arthur is forced to make a public statement about his dark past, he finds himself fighting for those under his care. It’s also a fight for the better future that all magical people deserve. Then when a new magical child joins their island home, Arthur knows they’ve reached breaking point. The child finds power in calling himself a monster, a name Arthur has tried so hard to banish to protect his children. Challenged from within and without, their volatile family might grow stronger. Or everything Arthur loves could fall apart.

Somewhere Beyond the Sea is a story of resistance, lovingly told, about the daunting experience of fighting for the life you want to live and doing the work to keep it.

Praise for The House in the Cerulean Sea:‘I loved it. It is like being wrapped up in a big gay blanket. Simply perfect’ - V. E. Schwab, author of The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue‘It will renew your faith in humanity’ - Terry Brooks, author of the Shannara series‘A witty, wholesome fantasy that’s likely to cause heart-swelling’ - The Washington Post

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