On the day her tarot deck foretells a disturbing change, Ana encounters an uncanny young man who literally stops her heart. Trebor has strange powers, and an even stranger quest, and for some reason wants to help her. But the closer Trebor gets to unlocking Ana's power, the more important - and dangerous - his own quest becomes. And in a world haunted by demons determined to find the key to their empire, there is much more at stake than one girl's soul.
"Young girls eyes are opened to a whole other world"
Kiddo survives - it's what she does best. And since the world ended, staying alive is a useful skill to have. She and her found-sister, Princess, have created a home for themselves in the forest, and a refuge for the other children who survived the end. Hunting animals, harvesting herbs, treating wounds - this is what Kiddo remembers of her life before, and little else. But the young man they call the Saver claims to remember everything, even when the rest of the children who survived cannot.
"GREAT STORY AND CONCEPT FOR AN APOCALYPSE!"
The witch who made the patchwork girl died before she could give her creation a name. Stitched together from the remains of the villagers’ dead children—whose memories still live in her flesh—the patchwork girl is a spell as yet unfinished, held together by nothing more than a ring made of moonbeams. She can never be what her parents want her to be: a replacement for the children they’ve lost. So when the poppet grows up, and grows tired of being a disappointment, she decides to embark upon a journey through the Everwood Forest in search of her real name.