Release Date: August 11th 2015
Release Date: August 11th 2015
The thrilling conclusion to Landry Park is full of love, betrayal, and murder--perfect for fans of Divergent, The Selection, andPride and Prejudice.
In Landry Park, Madeline turned her back on her elite family, friends, and estate to help the Rootless. Now, in Jubilee Manor, she struggles to bring the Gentry and the Rootless together. But when Gentry heirs—Madeline’s old friends—are murdered, even she begins to think a Rootless is behind it, putting her at odds with the boy she loves and the very people she is trying to lead. If she can’t figure out who is killing her friends and bring them to justice, a violent war will erupt and even more will die—and Madeline’s name, her estate, and all the bonds she’s forged won’t make any difference.
This conclusion to Landry Park, which VOYA dubbed "Gone with the Wind meets The Hunger Games,” is a richly satisfying, addictive read.
Game of Thrones
Gladiator or Inception
Oh, that really does change day to day! Right now it’s “Do It With A Rockstar” by Amanda Palmer.
A good steak
“What is essential is invisible to the eye.” –The Little Prince
Rainbow Rowell. Her writing is simply amazing.
I feel compelled to say Charlotte Bronte, but I think I’d actually have more fun with J.K. Rowling.
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Landry Park is a book that is kind of future historical or Regency dystopian, set two hundred years in the future, where the world looks a lot like the past. Madeline Landry is poised to inherit one of the most influential estates in her city when a Gentry girl is attacked outside of a ball. Everyone around Madeline blames the Rootless, the caste of people responsible for cleaning after the nuclear fuel that powers the lavish lives of the Gentry, but Madeline is determined to uncover the truth of what actually happened…
Thoughtful, stubborn, quiet, loyal and intelligent
One of the reasons I started writing the Landry Park series was that I loved dresses and balls and luxurious settings, and so the climatic scene at the end of Jubilee Manor with the big dress and all the set-pieces was a ton of fun to write, and was one of the few scenes that hardly changed at all from first draft to final edits.
It was challenging to make sure that I wrapped up long-term questions from the first book while also keeping the tight pace of the murder mystery that kicks off the second book—I keep expecting to wake up one morning and be like, “Oh no I forgot to answer something!”
I’m so glad you felt that way! That was definitely on purpose, because I adore Pride and Prejudice and it was such a huge inspiration to my work, and so I wanted to pay homage in some way. Eeps! I am so happy you noticed!
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Bethany Hagen was born and raised in Kansas City. She grew up reading Charlotte Brontë, Jane Austen, and all things King Arthur, and went on to become a librarian. Landry Park is her debut novel.