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Ebook Details
  • 10/2020
  • 978-1-7348775-4-0 B08MB41K9H
  • 540 pages
  • $8.99
Hardcover Book Details
  • 10/2020
  • 9781734877533
  • 588 pages
  • $36.00
Paperback Book Details
  • 10/2020
  • 9781734877526
  • 588 pages
  • $22.99
Milan Sergent
Author, Illustrator
Candlewicke 13: Death's Mortal Plague: Book Five of the Candlewicke 13 Series
In this action-packed series finale, Valor and Doomsy finally get the answers they've always wanted while unraveling the Great Deception placed over the country of Hoopenfangia. But will the shocking revelations be enough to stop the Thirteenth Hour and deadly plague from ravaging their city?

Can Valor free the Bound Order of the Zodiac, or will the promises of death to members of his Sorcerers' coven deliver the star beings over to the Grim Warlock, who plans to use them as weapons to conquer the world and remove magic powers from every witch? Only one thing is certain: Valor and his friends will face personal challenges that will change their lives forever.

Death's Mortal Plague by Milan Sergent is the fifth and final book in the Candlewicke 13 series, preceded by book one, Curse of the McRavens; book two, The Tombstone Forest; book three, Under the Crescent Moon; and book four, The 13th Hour Begins.

The Candlewicke 13 series ´╗┐contains hidden clues throughout each novel. They also contain chapter illustrations as well as a variety of maps.
Reviews
Liz Konkel for Readers' Favorite

"Milan Sergent delivers an epic and thrilling conclusion to an addictive series that has redefined the Gothic setting through death imagery and dazzling characters.... As with previous installments, Death's Mortal Plague is addictive, captivating, charming, and original. A thrilling conclusion that every fan will be sure to love!" -- Liz Konkel for Readers' Favorite

Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

"Candlewicke 13: Death's Mortal Plague by Milan Sergent is a fitting ending to a fantastic series. Like the previous books in the series, this one also has plenty of illustrations that add to the story and a nail-biting finale awaits all who read it." -- Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

Asher Syed for Readers' Favorite

"Death's Mortal Plague is a spectacular closing of the Candlewicke 13 series and Milan Sergent delivers it with writing that shimmers as brightly as the magic itself. Once more the coven is faced with the impossible and once more Sergent maneuverers them deftly through a sharp plot and subplots that keep a reader fully immersed. . . . I admit I'm a little bit jealous of those who may just be beginning the series now and in the future on account of them having the opportunity to binge on Candlewicke 13 all at once. Still, the finale was definitely worth the wait and I'm so chuffed to have bought the ticket and taken the wild ride." -- Asher Syed for Readers' Favorite

K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

"Author Milan Sergent is a big favorite of mine, and I always look forward to a new blast of magical adventure from the fantastic Candlewicke 13 series.... Overall, I would highly recommend Candlewicke 13: Death's Mortal Plague as another fantastic installment for fans of this gripping fantasy series." -- K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

"Death's Mortal Plague was a stunning conclusion to the series.... This was one of the most cohesive and exceptionally put together series that brought something magical to the table.... The narrative style blew me away, but that was what I was expecting from Milan Sergent. The author smartly paced the story, gave just enough clues to make readers want more, and then gradually gave them what they wanted. I was sad to say goodbye to these characters, but it was just a great end to the series." -- Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

Formats
Ebook Details
  • 10/2020
  • 978-1-7348775-4-0 B08MB41K9H
  • 540 pages
  • $8.99
Hardcover Book Details
  • 10/2020
  • 9781734877533
  • 588 pages
  • $36.00
Paperback Book Details
  • 10/2020
  • 9781734877526
  • 588 pages
  • $22.99

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