Bree Tanner didn't ask to made into a vampire and she certainly didn't want to be in some vengeance war. Sadly, that's exactly where she is. She's determined to get out but it may be too late already.
In this second volume, Art follows his father's story of his time in Auschwitz during the Holocaust and his struggle to survive while also still butting heads with the man.
Here comes a story of struggle and hardship as Art listens and works to convert his father's story of him and his wife's struggle to survive the Holocaust into a graphic novel.
Trinity and Zayne are now bonded as one. He's her protector and she, a deadly weapon. Together they must find the Harbinger and defeat it before it jumpstarts the apocalypse. However, their growing feelings for each other is a destruction on its own.
Easton is a wreck. While his brother is in a coma, Hartley has amnesia. Now, he must pull himself together if he's to be of any help to Hartley or his family. Can he pull himself out of his downward spiral or will dark family secrets drag him further under?
Easton Royal has it all and nothing stands in his way. That is until he meets Hartley Wright who doesn't fall for any of his crap. This could be the beginning of something fun or potentially disastrous. Easton loves a challenge.
The Baudelaires arrive in a village of crows every year where not only one person of the village takes care of them, but ever does,
Henry Denton is regularly abducted by aliens. They've given him a choice. By pressing a button, he can save the world otherwise it's destroyed in 144 days. What will he choose?