Destiny doesn't think she's anything special. The daughter of an outcast witch. Her twin, Fate, is her best friend, so that's awesome. They're experts in love potions and selling them to crazy high school kids. So they can buy more shoes. But that all changes when their school is attacked by warlocks - warlocks who want her power for their own. The attack launches her onto the path the stars have chosen for Destiny, Fate, and their long-lost father. Oh, and Quin.
Ari is the most powerful flame-throwing sorceress ever, and her people's last hope in an ancient war. But she's also a 17-year-old girl, and in her free, not-hunting-nemesis times, she jumps from school to school, trying to figure out regular people her own age and pretending she'll get the chance to graduate. Shane lives a double life. He goes to school and masters the art of popularity, hiding the fact that he has a fate with a slim chance of his survival. He's destined to end a 300-year-old war.
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Landon has never seen his own reflection. He saw hers instead. He grew up watching this girl in the mirror grow with him. Grew up memorizing every feature, every movement, every horror she endured. He can see into her palace, into the darkness she's trapped in. When he was little, he told his parents about her. They thought she was an imaginary friend, and they humored him. But she didn't go away.
Watching helplessly while your baby sister saves the world alone? It kinda sucks. Will Delacour is one of the most powerful sorcerers ever to live. He's Guard to the Edren Prodigy - his sister, Ari. But he walked away from the war, refusing to fight in a cause he didn't believe in. He was deemed a traitor by the powerful Family, and now there's a price on his head that leaves him trapped in a prison of his own making.