Not every child who needs them finds the doors, but those that do are asked to “Be Sure” of their choice to walk through. And when these chosen children are inevitably thrust back into their own mundane reality, they have to learn to cope with the disappointment. Enter Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children, a haven for those who miss their magical worlds fiercely and hope they will someday return. A perfect book for anyone who has ever wondered how Alice coped after leaving Wonderland or feels like Susan Pevensie deserved better.
1920s New York City: a time of bootlegging, modern technology, and dark magic. The Eastside is thriving--diving ahead into the enlightened age and providing comfort for all who can afford to live there. But on the other side of the fence, the Westside, people are disappearing, shadows lurk in the dark, and tiny mysteries are turning into bigger, life-threatening mysteries. Westside is perfect for fans of fantasy, horror, A+ heroines, and up-all-night puzzles.
In the vein of Outlander or A Discovery of Witches, Sayers has made magic and time travel essential to the romance of a witch and a demon, who are doomed to repeat their tragic love affair over and over. In Belle Époque France, 1930s Hollywood, the desert of the 1970s, and present-day DC, Helen and Luke always find each other and always lose each other. But this time, Helen untangles the curse that has trapped her for more than 100 years and must commit an unspeakable act to finally break free.