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Author : Leigh Bardugo

Publisher : Gollancz

Published date : 10 Jan 2023

Genres : Fantasy


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Hell Bent by Leigh Bardugo

Delve into a world of wealth, power, murder, and magic in "Hell Bent" as Alex Stern returns, and the Ivy League takes a dark turn.

Embark on a perilous journey with Alex Stern as she endeavors to find a gateway to the underworld and steal a soul out of hell. This seemingly straightforward plan becomes a daunting challenge, considering the rare return of those who attempt such a perilous feat. Undeterred, Galaxy "Alex" Stern is determined to break Darlington out of purgatory, even if it means jeopardizing her future at Lethe and Yale.

In a situation where a rescue attempt is forbidden, Alex and Dawes must assemble a team of questionable allies since they can't rely on the Ninth House for assistance. Together, they navigate a maze of arcane texts and bizarre artifacts, unraveling the closely guarded secrets of societies and breaking every rule in the process. However, as faculty members start to meet mysterious ends, Alex realizes that these are not mere accidents. A deadly force is at play in New Haven, forcing her to confront the monsters of her past and the darkness entrenched in the university's very walls to survive.

With a narrative thick with history and enriched by Leigh Bardugo's signature twists, "Hell Bent" immerses readers in a world teeming with magic, violence, and all too real monsters. Explore the intricacies of this captivating tale that brings to life a vivid and darkly enchanting universe.

About the Author

Leigh Bardugo

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Leigh Bardugo, born on April 6, 1975, is an American author known for her contributions to the young adult fantasy genre. Born in Jerusalem, Israel, Bardugo spent her early years in various places, including Los Angeles, before eventually settling in Hollywood. Her diverse background and experiences have undoubtedly influenced the rich and vibrant worlds she creates in her novels.

Bardugo gained widespread recognition with her debut novel, "Shadow and Bone," published in 2012. This book marked the beginning of the Grishaverse, a fictional universe that serves as the backdrop for several of her subsequent works. "Shadow and Bone" introduces readers to a world divided by the Shadow Fold, a dangerous and mystical expanse of darkness that separates the nation of Ravka. The novel combines elements of Russian folklore and high fantasy, showcasing Bardugo's talent for crafting immersive and intricate worlds.

The success of "Shadow and Bone" paved the way for a trilogy, the Grisha Trilogy, which includes "Siege and Storm" and "Ruin and Rising." These books further explored the magical system of Grisha, individuals with various abilities that play a crucial role in the narrative.

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