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Riven's Path - Roan and Judge Gorey Series #2 - cover

Riven's Path - Roan and Judge Gorey Series #2

Isadora Deese

Publisher: Pelekinesis

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Riven's Path is the thrilling sequel to 2016's Right of Capture. On this adventure, Judge follows a trail of breadcrumbs to a reclusive physicist while Roan finds herself the unwitting star of a traveling road show. Judge and Roan discover new instincts—and new horrors—along a path that leads them from the poisoned hollers of Pennsylvania to Iowa farms infested by superweeds. The freedom to explore their powers along the way locks Roan and Judge into a dangerous arms race, creating shock waves that could either save our planet, or give it the final shove over the edge.

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