Harcourt Children's Books, 9780547688367, 341pp.
Publication Date: January 8, 2013
Opening-night jitters are nothing new for seventeen-year-old Phil and her sister Fee, who come from a centuries-old line of stage illusionists. The girls love to dazzle London audiences, but in the aftermath of the Blitz they're shipped off to the countryside, away from the bombs and Nazis. Phil, however, wants to fight for her country, and when she stumbles upon a hidden college of real magicians led by the devastatingly handsome Arden, all she wants to do is persuade them to help England win the war. She'll risk anything to give her country a fighting chance, even if it means losing her heart ...or her life.
Praise For Delusion…
"Quirky, intense, moving—an exasperating gem."
"Has enough romance, action, and magic to keep readers engaged. . . .Truly original."
—School Library Journal