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An exciting sequel to The Marked Girl, filled with fantastical adventure and a quest to save two worlds....

In the fantasy world of Caelum, Liv, Cedric, and Kat attempt to defeat an evil traitor and his army to save their families and the kingdom. Meanwhile, Liv's best friend and Cedric's frenemy stick in LA to try to figure out how to fix Los Angeles. The city, thanks to the open portals between LA and Caelum, is breaking down: The sky is orange, gravity isn't working right, and earthquakes shake the ground every few hours.

When the crew reunites in LA, it's a race against time to restore the balance of magic between the two worlds.

The adventure that started in Lindsey Klingele's The Marked Girl concludes in The Broken World!

©2017 Lindsey Klingele (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers

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This sequel to The Marked Girl delivers on the plot elements introduced in the first book with a satisfying conclusion. Excellent read❤️

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Great conclusion to this duology

I really liked this series and wish more people seemed to know about it. The team is out to right the wrong the portals created. There are setbacks, battles, some love connections (but not over the top) and more. Definitely a great YA read