By Rachel Caine
In a thrilling new sequence, New York Times bestselling writer Rachel Caine rewrites heritage, making a risky global the place the nice Library of Alexandria has survived the attempt of time…
Ruthless and supremely robust, the good Library is now a presence in each significant urban, governing the movement of information to the hundreds. Alchemy permits the Library to convey the content material of the best works of heritage instantly—but the private possession of books is expressly forbidden.
Jess Brightwell believes within the worth of the Library, however the majority of his wisdom comes from unlawful books received through his family members, who're curious about the thriving black marketplace. Jess has been despatched to be his family’s undercover agent, yet his loyalties are validated within the ultimate months of his education to go into the Library’s service.
When he inadvertently commits heresy through making a equipment that can switch the area, Jess discovers that those that keep watch over the good Library think that wisdom is extra priceless than any human life—and quickly either heretics and books will burn…
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