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The Skybound Saga

Alex London’s young adult fantasy Skybound Saga is the story of Brysen and Kylee, brother and sister twins who come from a family of facloners. Their talents with birds of prey may be the last, best hope the people of Uztar have against the tide of war threatening their land.

“Epic thrills, heart-punching romance, and a marvel of a hero.”—New York Times bestselling author Adam Silvera (on Black Wings Beating)

  • Gold Wings Rising
    • Gold Wings Rising

    • The Skybound Saga (Volume 3)
      Alex London
      FSG Books for Young Readers

      • Available in:

      • Audio Book
      • eBook
  • Red Skies Falling
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    • Red Skies Falling

    • The Skybound Saga (Volume 2)
      Alex London
      FSG Books for Young Readers

    • Forgotten magic and forbidden romance collide in Book 2 of this epic fantasy trilogy after Book 1 was a Today Show Book Club pick!

      • Available in:

      • Physical Book
      • Audio Book
      • eBook
  • Black Wings Beating
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    • Black Wings Beating

    • The Skybound Saga (Volume 1)
      Alex London
      Square Fish

    • The first novel in a teen fantasy trilogy featuring twin siblings who must track a Ghost Eagle through the treacherous Uztari mountains in order to save their village.

      • Available in:

      • Physical Book
      • Audio Book
      • eBook

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<a href="http://us.macmillan.com/series/theskyboundsaga#media">The Skybound Saga Trailer</a>

The Skybound Saga Trailer

Watch a trailer of the book Black Wings Beating by Alex London, first in the Skybound Saga Series

Alex London

Alex London has written books for adults, children, and teens. The first book in the Skybound Saga, Black Wings Beating—which the New York Times Book Review called “brilliantly crafted”—was a NBC Today Show Book Club Pick, a Kirkus Best YA Book of the Year, and received several starred reviews. His young adult debut, Proxy, was an ALA Top Ten Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Readers, a 2014 Best Fiction for Young Adults, a Rainbow List Selection, and appeared on state reading lists across the country. At one time a journalist reporting from conflict zones and refugee camps, Alex lives with his husband in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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