The Wondrous and the Wicked (Hardcover)

By Page Morgan

Delacorte Press, 9780385743150, 352pp.

Publication Date: April 14, 2015

Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (4/13/2015)
CD-Audio (4/14/2015)

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For fans of Lauren Kate's Fallen series comes the exciting conclusion to the trilogy that includes The Beautiful and the Cursed and The Lovely and the Lost. The Waverly sisters must save themselves before all is lost.
Since the Waverlys arrived in Paris, the streets have grown more fearsome by the day. As Ingrid learns to master her lectrux gift, she must watch Axia's power grow strong enough to extend beyond her Underneath hive. By all indications, the fallen angel's Harvest is near--and the timing couldn't be worse.
Targeted by vengeful gargoyles, Gabby has been exiled to London for her own protection. Meanwhile, the gargoyle castes are in disarray, divided between those who want Luc to lead them and those who resent him and his fondness for humans. The Alliance is crumbling from the inside as well, its members turning against one another, and possibly against the Waverlys, too.
Axia has promisted that the world will burn. An now, unable to trust the Alliance, separated from Luc, Gabby, and her twin, Grayson, Ingrid is left to face the demon uprising alone.
Praise for The Wondrous and the Wicked

A satisfying, exciting wrap-up to an immersive paranormal series. SLJ
Praise for the Dispossessed Trilogy:
"A deliciously satisfying mix of historical fiction, mystery, and supernatural romance."-The Bulletin
"Morgan combines fantasy with gothic romance in this well-crafted standout."-Booklist
"Forbidden romance and hot kissing abound."-Kirkus Reviews

"Morgan keeps the plot moving with constant action...dark adventure and romance."-SLJ
"Morgan's fluid descriptions, inventive otherworldly elements, and characters with convincing motivations result in an immersive first installment."-Publishers Weekly

About the Author

Page Morgan has been fascinated with les grotesques ever since she came across an old black-and-white photograph of a Notre Dame gargoyle keeping watch over the city of Paris. Her subsequent research fed her imagination, and she was inspired to piece together her own mythology for these remarkably complex stone figures. Page lives in New Hampshire with her husband and their three children. Visit her at, follow her on Twitter @PageMorganBooks, and look for the first two books in the Dispossessed trilogy, The Beautiful and the Cursed and The Lovely and the Lost, both available from Delacorte Press."