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Book of the Week Nov. 30 – Dec. 4

TitleKingdom of the Wicked 

Author: Kerri Maniscalco 

Reading Level: Young adult 

 Emilia is the twin sister of the witch Vittoria. When Vittoria is found dead and her body destroyed, Emilia must use her powers as a witch to solve her murder.  

Emilia is determined to get revenge at any cost; however, the physical embodiment of the sin Wrath inserts himself into her plans. He claims the devil also wants to find out who is murdering women. The two must work together to reach their common goal. 

This book is perfect for lovers of the supernatural. This book has magic, witches, demons and Princes of Hell. The characters are strong and independent, but they learn they are stronger together.  

Young adult readers will enjoy the complex characters and the dark, whimsical world. 

 

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