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Crucible Zero (A House Immortal Novel #3)

Devon Monk

Mass Market

List Price: 8.99*
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Description

The national bestselling author of Infinity Bell returns to her “fresh and unique”* world where the truce between the ruling Houses has shattered and chaos now reigns. Only one woman has the power to save the world—but she could also destroy it. . . .

Matilda Case never thought of herself as a hero. But because she is galvanized—and nearly immortal in her stitched, endlessly healing body—she doesn’t have much of a choice. Even if she doesn’t want to save the world, she’s the only one capable of traveling in time to do so.

But her rescue attempt hasn’t gone as planned. She’s stuck in an alternate universe, and her world is in danger of disappearing. Worst of all, an unfathomably powerful man who can also travel through history doesn’t want her to put things to rights. He’s willing to wage bloody war to stop Matilda, unless she surrenders control of time to him.

Now, with the minutes ticking, Matilda must make impossible decisions, knowing that one wrong choice will destroy her—and any chance of saving everything she loves. . . .

*A Book Obsession


Praise For Crucible Zero (A House Immortal Novel #3)

Praise for the House Immortal Novels

“Devon Monk’s writing is addictive.”—Rachel Vincent, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Stars Never Rise

“[Monk is] a powerhouse.”—A Book Obsession

“Original and intriguing.”—All Things Urban Fantasy

House Immortal brings Frankenstein into a new world, and Devon Monk puts it together excellently!”—Drey’s Library

“An excellent story. Devon Monk is incredible at weaving a tale that makes the reader excited, crazy and astonished all at the same time.”—Fiction Vixen

Ace, 9780451467386, 368pp.

Publication Date: September 1, 2015



About the Author

Devon Monk has one husband and two sons, and lives in Oregon. She writes the Allie Beckstrom and Broken Magic urban fantasy series and the Age of Steam steampunk series. She also drinks too much coffee and knits silly things. To find out more about her novels or short stories, visit her online.