Synopses & Reviews
Something bad is happening to the world. Trees are dying. Cancer is on the rise and becoming more aggressive. Kesla saw that first hand as she watched her father die from the disease. Science offers no answers.
Then fifteen-year-old Kelsa meets a boy. He's the most beautiful boy she's ever seen, but he's also very strange. He claims to be Raven, the mythological creature. He keeps going on about magic and an impending ecological disaster and insisting the Kelsa must help him save the world.
Maybe he's crazy.
Or maybe he's telling her truths people have forgotten. And maybe she should help him, even if doing so means risking her own life.
In a high-tech, high-security world where bioterrorism threatens to cripple the ecosystem, magic is the last thing on anyones mind. Something bad is happening to the world. Trees are dying. Cancer is on the rise and becoming more aggressive. When Kelsas father dies of the disease, science offers no answers. Then, fifteen-year-old Kelsa meets the most beautiful boy shes ever seen. But hes also very strange. Claiming to be a mythological Raven, he goes on about magic, impending ecological disaster, and his need for Kelsas help to save the world.
Maybe hes crazy. But what if hes telling the truth?
About the Author
Hilari Bell was a librarian until she decided to make writing her full-time career. She has since written nearly a dozen books for teens. She lives in her hometown of Denver, Colorado, where she enjoys camping and hiking. You can visit Hilari online at www.sfwa.org/members/bell.