The next fast-paced, thrilling adventure from bestselling author D. J. MacHale! Check out a book and fall under its spell . . . literally.
Marcus is an agent of the Library—a place filled with tales that don’t have an ending. Mysteries that won’t be solved until Marcus and his friends Theo and Lu step in to finish them. Before it’s too late.
Because mysterious accidents are disturbing a middle school in Massachusetts. Windows shatter for no reason. Bleachers collapse at a pep rally. Most of the students think they’re just having a string of bad luck, but Marcus suspects something a lot more dangerous. Something like witchcraft. When the black moon rises, this story must come to an end . . . one way or another.
About the Author
D. J. MACHALE is the author of the bestselling book series Pendragon, Morpheus Road, and the SYLO Chronicles, as well as Voyagers: Project Alpha and Curse of the Boggin (The Library, Book 1). He has written, directed, and produced numerous award-winning television series and movies for young people, including Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Flight 29 Down, and Tower of Terror. He lives with his family in Southern California. Visit him at djmachalebooks.com.
“MacHale once again pens a page-turner that adds just the right amount of humor.” —Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Surrender the Key (The Library, Book 1)
"MacHale deftly pulls readers into this page-turning adventure, well-choreographed chapter transitions defying them to put it down." —Kirkus Reviews
"Readers who love action and adventure, lightened with a bit of humor, will look forward to meeting Marcus, Lu, and Theo again." —Shelf Awareness
"A mysterious, hard-to-put-down book with a twisting plot, funny characters, and haunting souls. I can't wait to hear what adventures they have next." —A.J. H., age 11
"I read enough in just one day to fill my school reading log for a week." —Michael C., age 10
"A unique, intriguing book filled with page-turning adventures." —Madeline H., age 12
"Couldn't put it down. I stayed up reading until 11:00 p.m. with only one thought in my mind: one more chapter!" —Ben H., age 11