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Brace yourself for GEMINA—the highly anticipated sequel to
the book critics called “out-of-this-world
awesome,”—featuring journal illustrations by
bestselling author Marie Lu.
Moving to a space station at the edge of the galaxy was always
going to be the death of Hanna’s social life.
Amie Kaufman | Author
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Jay Kristoff | Author
Jay Kristoff is the New York Times and internationally
bestselling author of THE LOTUS WAR, THE ILLUMINAE FILES, and THE
NEVERNIGHT CHRONICLE. He is the winner of two Aurealis Awards and
an ABIA, was a nominee for the David Gemmell Morningstar and Legend
awards, has been named multiple times in the Kirkus and
Amazon Best Teen Books lists, and is published in over twenty-five
countries, most of which he has never visited.
Carla Corvo | Narrator
Carla Corvo is a New York City–based actress of
Cuban descent who works in TV, theater, and film. She made her
feature film debut in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall
Street and is an alumna of the NYU Tisch School of the
Arts and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Teen Read Week 2016: Listen for the Fun of It
Listening Library’s 2017 ALA Award Winners
The year is 79 AD. The place is Ostia, the port of Rome. Flavia
Gemina, a Roman sea captain’s daughter, is about to embark on
a thrilling adventure.
Set in the graveyard, marketplace, and courtyards of a Roman city,
this fast-paced mystery paints a vivid picture of life in ancient
2017 YALSA Amazing Audiobooks & ALSC Notable Children’s Recordings
Kim Hicks | Narrator
Kim Hicks is an actress and narrator. Her narrating credits include the Roman Mysteries series by Caroline Lawrence, Lady Audley’s Secret by Mary Elizabeth Braddon, and In Gratitude by Jenny Diski.
It is late August of A.D. 79. The Roman world is reeling from the
eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Volcanic ash covers the land, sunsets
are blood-red, and the sea gives up corpses of the dead.
At a makeshift camp south of Stabia, hundreds of refugees from the
cities around Vesuvius try to come to terms with the disaster.