The Promise of Lost Things by Helene Dunbar audiobook

The Promise of Lost Things

By Helene Dunbar
Read by Alex Boyles , Chelsea Stephens , and Mark Sanderlin

Blackstone Publishing 9781492667407

Unabridged

Format : Library CD (In Stock)
  • Available on 07/05/2022

    ISBN: 9798212050173

  • Available on 07/05/2022

    ISBN: 9798212050166

  • Available on 07/05/2022

    ISBN: 9798212050180

Runtime: 7.76 Hours
Category: Fiction/Fantasy
Audience: Young Adult (12–17)
Language: English

Summary

Summary

Three characters with their own agendas converge in a town filled with mediums, where most residents make their living speaking to the dead … and there’s no such thing as resting in peace.

Russ Griffin has always wanted to be a fantastic medium. Growing up in the town of St. Hilaire, where most residents make their living by speaking to the dead, means there’s a lot of competition, and he’s always held his own. But Russ knows the town he loves is corrupt, and he’s determined to save it before the sinister ruling body, The Guild, ruins all he’s ever wanted.

Willow Rogers is St. Hilaire royalty. An orphan, raised by The Guild, she’s powerful and mysterious. But she has secrets that might change everyone’s fate. She’s done with St. Hilaire, done with helping spirits move on. She wants to end the cycle for good and rid the town of ghosts, even if that means destroying the only home she’s ever known.

Asher Mullen lost his sister, and his parents can’t get over her death. They sought answers in St. Hilaire and were turned away. Now they want revenge. Asher is tasked with infiltrating the town, and he does that by getting to know Russ. The only problem is he might be falling for him, which will make betraying him that much harder.

Russ, Willow, and Asher all have their own agendas for St. Hilaire, but one thing’s for certain: no one will be resting in peace.

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Author

Author Bio: Helene Dunbar

Author Bio: Helene Dunbar

Helene Dunbar is the author of several novels for young adults including These Gentle Wounds, What Remains, Boomerang, We Are Lost and Found, and Prelude for Lost Souls. Over the years she’s worked as a drama critic, journalist, and marketing manager, and has written on topics as diverse as Irish music, court cases, and theater. She lives in Nashville with her husband and daughter. Visit her online at HeleneDunbar.com.

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Details

Details

Available Formats : CD, Library CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Fantasy
Runtime: 7.76
Audience: Young Adult (12–17)
Language: English