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Ben: Growing up is hard, and growing up in Prospero is even harder, but I think we manage. I mean, yeah, my friends and I spend more of our time fighting a race of shapeshifting aliens than we do hanging out, but we still have our fun. We go to parties, help each other with our classes, maybe even fall in love. . . I’ve no illusions that we live ordinary lives, but they’re our lives, and I’m going to make sure we make the most of them whether the Splinters want us to or not. Mina: The truce is temporary. We will not humor the Splinters forever. It's only until the Slivers can be stopped, until the army of Shards being planted among our classmates can be disassembled, until we get our hands on the thing I'd almost given up believing in. The humanity test. For the chance to know, once and for all, who can be trusted, some dealings with monsters must be excusable. Inevitable. Just like this feeling between Ben and me. And that has to be temporary too.
Matt Carter is the author of various horror, sci-fi, and young adult fiction. F. J. R. Titchenell is the author of Confessions of the Very First Zombie Slayer (That I Know Of) and several young adult, fantasy, sci-fi, and horror short stories. They both live in San Gabriel, California.
“A snapping, crackling, popping homage to classic horror that alludes to no optimistic resolution—all the more reason for a series.” —Kirkus Reviews"The cold war boils over. The stakes are high. The action is intense.” —Washington Independent Review of Books"A promising series opener, this will satisfy those readers who like their scary stories to be as clever as they are chilling.” —Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books"Titchenell and Carter hold nothing back in this solid sequel that thrills and expands on its predecessor. Aided by swift writing, relatable characters and unexpected scares, Shards is a chill-inducing delight." —David Powers King, co-author, Woven