The Lost (Paperback)
Harlequin Luna, 9780373803590, 384pp.
Publication Date: October 29, 2013
About the Author
Visit her at sarahbethdurst.com.
Praise For The Lost…
"Told in a descriptive style that perfectly captures the changing settings, Durst's novel is a page-turner." -Booklist on Ice
"A fast-paced, thrilling adventure....rich and realistic."
-VOYA (starred review) on Vessel
"Durst offers a meditation on leadership and power and a vivid story set outside the typical Western European fantasy milieu. From the gripping first line, a fast-paced, thought-provoking and stirring story of sacrifice." -- Kirkus (Starred Review) on Vessel
"Readers will feel the desert heat, the earth-numbing droughts, the vicious sandstorms and resulting sandwolves, and the bizarre sensations of a goddess living within the body of its human vessel. Brilliantly riveting." -- Booklist (Starred Review) on Vessel
"Every page of Enchanted Ivy weaves a delightful, seductive spell. Lily is a true heroine--smart, intrepid, and utterly human. I'd give anything to travel to the world of Sarah Beth Durst's imagination!" -- Jeri Smith-Ready, award-winning author of Shade on Enchanted Ivy
"With her deft prose and runaway imagination, [Durst] creates a tale filled with rich characters, wonderful story-telling, and puzzle pieces that fall together perfectly." -- Chicago Examiner on Enchanted Ivy
"Having her way with the conventions of the genre, Durst crafts a fresh, modern, and humorous twist on the vampire novel. Lively characters and a sweet romance are icing on the cake." --Publishers Weekly on DRINK, SLAY, LOVE
"Durst deftly layers in mythologies, drawing upon the vaunted status of the Ivy League schools, students' stories and superstitions, common tropes of fantasy literature and the propaganda of war. A refreshing entry in the urban-fantasy field and a solid adventure tale." -- Kirkus on ENCHANTED IVY
"The story is peppered with sly allusions, and Julie is an appealingly reluctant heroine, one whose goodness and bravery come with plenty of wry, contemporary sarcasm." -- Booklist on INTO THE WILD
"Strong folklore elements, a striking setting, and thoroughly imagined characters." --Publishers Weekly on VESSEL