It’s time to show off the cover for Harrow, the second book in the Galleries of Stone trilogy. Once again, it features Tupper Meadowsweet and some of the living statues that populate the Statuary atop the legendary Moonlit Mountain. I’m sure you’ll agree that Hannah Christenson’s artistry continues to lend grace and magic to the world that’s opened to Tupper since he became Freydolf’s servant.
Every spring, Aurelius Harrow returns to
the Statuary with tales from his travels.
This year, he brings back more than rumors.
Harrow continues the story of Freydolf, magical master sculptor, and his young servant. For two years, Tupper Meadowsweet has kept his promise to be brave and do his best. But during the spring when he turns thirteen, Aurelius Harrow returns to the Statuary with something other than blocks of magical stone and gossipy tidbits. Master Freydolf will rely on Tupper more than ever as they spend a season dealing with runaways, star-crossed lovers, skittish villagers, and rumors of a thirteenth magical mountain. But the greatest mystery of all may be Tupper himself, for the boy’s affinity for stone defies explanation.
AVAILABLE IN APRIL 2014!