The Children of the Lost

The Agora Trilogy (Volume 2 of 3)

David Whitley

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At the end of The Midnight Charter, Mark and Lily had been cast out of the city of Agora. Now, they must survive in a dense forest filled with strange villages, terrifying nightmares, and powerful witches. It’s even more frightening than the slums and secrets of Agora. In an adventure that expands with every turn of the page, David Whitley delivers a novel as thrilling and horrifying as his characters’ darkest dreams.

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CHAPTER ONE
 
Foraging
GRADUALLY, Lily became aware that she was being watched.
Shielding her eyes against the low, winter sun, she swept her gaze over the gnarled, bare trees that stood gray and silent around her.
Nothing.
But still, she couldn’t shake the feeling that somewhere, a huge pair of eyes had turned upon her.
When Lily had first glimpsed the forest a couple of days before, it had looked forbidding—a silent, dark mass at the base of the mountains; the leafless, twisting branches clustered so thickly together that the light barely penetrated.

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Praise for THE MIDNIGHT CHARTER:

Exciting and gripping from the first heart-stopping line, this first book in a trilogy takes readers only part of the way to resolving the predictions of the Midnight Charter and its relationship to Mark and Lily. Readers will anxiously await the next installment as they reach the cliff-hanger ending.” —School Library Journal

“Whitley threads together a thrilling page-turner with the two young heroes' lives intertwining in surprising and illuminating ways.” —Shelf Awareness

“Deft world-building and crafty plotting combine for a zinger of an ending that will leave readers poised for book two. Surprisingly sophisticated upper-middle-grade fare, with enough meat to satisfy older readers as well.” —Kirkus Reviews

“Charity, greed, freedom, fate and political scheming are all woven through debut author Whitley's richly conceived world.”Publishers Weekly

“One of the most original and creative books I've read in a long time.” —WandsandWorlds.com


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David Whitley

David Whitley began his prestigious writing career when he was just a teenager. At age twenty, he was the youngest person ever to win the Cheshire Prize for Literature. The third and final book in the Agora trilogy will be available from Roaring Brook in April 2012. David Whitley lives in England. davidwhitley.co.uk

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The Children of the Lost
David Whitley

Trade Paperback

Trade Paperback
Square Fish
January 2012
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780312600914
ISBN10: 0312600917
Middle-Grade Fiction
5 3/16 x 7 5/8 inches, 368 pages
Age Range: 11 to 14
Grade Range: 6 to 9 Information for Librarians

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Lexile: 800LL

$7.99

Hardcover

Hardcover
Roaring Brook Press
January 2011
Hardcover
ISBN: 9781596436145
ISBN10: 159643614X
Middle-Grade Fiction
6 x 9 inches, 368 pages
Age Range: 11 to 14
Grade Range: 6 to 9 Information for Librarians

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Lexile: 800LL

$16.99

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Roaring Brook Press
January 2011
e-Book Agency
ISBN: 9781429989541
ISBN10: 1429989548
Middle-Grade Fiction320 pages
Age Range: 11 to 14
Grade Range: 6 to 9 Information for Librarians

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Lexile: 800LL

$5.70
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