Boundless

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Boundless

By Cynthia Hand

Harper Teen, Hardcover, 9780061996207, 448pp.

Publication Date: January 22, 2013

Description

Described as "utterly captivating" by Richelle Mead and as "enchanting and exciting, romantic and believable" by Melissa Marr, the New York Times bestselling Unearthly series has dazzled readers and critics alike. In this riveting finale, Cynthia Hand explores the timeless question of whether it is better to follow the rules or your heart. This incandescent paranormal romance will win the hearts of fans of Becca Fitzpatrick, Andrea Cremer, and Cassandra Clare.

The past few years held more surprises than part-angel Clara Gardner ever could have anticipated. Now, with the fallen angel who attacked her watching her every move and the threat of Black Wings looming, Clara knows she must finally fulfill her destiny a destiny that includes Christian Prescott by her side. But in order to complete her purpose, Clara must first find a way to give up the thing she wants most . . . a future with the boy she loves, Tucker Avery.



About the Author
Cynthia Hand is the New York Times bestselling author of the Unearthly trilogy. A native of southeastern Idaho, she has graduate degrees in creative writing from Boise State University and the University of Nebraska Lincoln. For the past seven years she has taught writing at Pepperdine University in Southern California. She and her family have recently moved back to Idaho, where they are enjoying the fresh air.


Praise For Boundless

Enchanting and exciting, romantic and believable-I wasn’t able to tear myself away!
-Melissa Marr, author of the New York Times bestselling Wicked Lovely series, on HALLOWED

Utterly captivating. One of the most addictive books I’ve read in a while.
-Richelle Mead, bestselling author of Vampire Academy, on UNEARTHLY

Hand debuts with an engrossing take on the angel mythos... an engaging and romantic tale with solid backstory.
-Publishers Weekly (starred review) on UNEARTHLY

A divine supernatural romance.
-Kirkus on UNEARTHLY