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Lightfall: The Dark Times

Lightfall: The Dark Times

Current price: $15.99
Publication Date: April 2nd, 2024
Publisher:
HarperAlley
ISBN:
9780063080904
Pages:
256
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Description

The Lights have gone dark in Irpa.

Danger lurks as the air grows colder and threats lie in the shadows at every turn. While the rest of their fellowship seeks safety, Bea and Cad team up with a small group of survivors to travel to the Citadel of Knowledge, pursuing answers to their world’s darkest mysteries.

But their journey reveals even more secrets. Until an unexpected ally shines a light in the darkness, providing a clue to a mystery from long ago…and a beacon of hope for the future.

Praise for Lightfall: The Girl and the Galdurian

Harvey Awards Book of the Year Nominee

Kirkus Best Books of 2020

Fall 2020 Indie Next List

Junior Library Guild Selection

2021 Texas Library Association’s Little Maverick Graphic Novels Reading List Selection

Nominated for the Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Award

About the Author

Tim Probert is an author and illustrator whose work is made of equal parts wonder, magic, and adventure, with a dose of monsters and the occasional dinosaur. In addition to making books, he is an art director at Aardman Nathan Love, working on projects for Nickelodeon, Kellogg’s, Coca-Cola, Candy Crush, and more. Tim lives in New York City with his wife and two cats. 

Tim Probert is an author and illustrator whose work is made of equal parts wonder, magic, and adventure, with a dose of monsters and the occasional dinosaur. In addition to making books, he is an art director at Aardman Nathan Love, working on projects for Nickelodeon, Kellogg’s, Coca-Cola, Candy Crush, and more. Tim lives in New York City with his wife and two cats. 

Praise for Lightfall: The Dark Times

“A resonant, richly layered adventure with a modern yet timeless emphasis on emotional intelligence, courage, and empathy.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)