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JLA Mysterious Galaxy Signing for The Burning Shadow October 11, 2019

# 1 New York Times and # 1 International Bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout visited San Diego on her recent book tour for The Burning Shadow. Jen Spoke a little about The Lux and Origin series highlighting exciting developments in the Lux Universe. Taking questions from the audience, she hinted at what fans can look forward to in 2020, ending the evening in signing books for those in attendance.


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Now is your chance to win a signed copy of The Burning Shadow. Three copies are up for grabs but also in appreciation with the Fighting the Storm Campaign are some autographed Can You Still See The Stars At Night totes. There are more Stormy prizes with hoodie tees and unsigned totes.

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Book Review: The Darkest Star by Jennifer L. Armentrout

The Darkest Star by Jennifer L. Armentrout
The Darkest Star by Jennifer L. Armetrout
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Title: The Darkest Star
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Genre: Sci-fi YA
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you are already a fan of Jennifer L. Armentrout’s Lux series you are familiar with Luc; The comic relief to Damon and Katie’s angsty alien romance. Some of my most favorite parts of Origin and Opposition were due to Luc’s snarky and superior teen arrogance.

❝Luc moved to the center of the floor. “I don’t have all day, guys. I have things to do. A nap I want to take this afternoon. There’s a new movie out on Netflix I want to watch, and a goddamn coupon for a free Whopper Jr. that’s calling my name.❞

Origin: Lux Series #4

The Darkest Star is set a couple of years after the war between Humans, Lux, and Arum ending in the wholesale slaughter of entire populations of humans. In the aftermath, very tentative segregation exists between the races. Some people fearlessly mix; many don’t know that those around them are anything more than what they appear. The plot and continuity were so solid and seamless that there was no doubt in my mind that this is in the same world as the Lux Series or the Arum novel. And after writing so many books in this world JLA is fantastic at subtly dropping hints here and there that you don’t see until she starts pulling the strings together.

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