Let the Sky Fall (French Edition)

Let the Sky Fall (French Edition)

by Shannon Messenger, Anais Goacolou

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L'orage se lève à l'horizon...
Découvrez Let the Sky Fall, la nouvelle série young adult de Shannon Messenger !
Personne ne s'explique que Vane Weston ait pu survivre, enfant, à l'ouragan qui a tué ses parents. À son réveil, étendu parmi les débris laissés par le passage de la tempête, il n'avait pas le moindre souvenir de son passé – à l'exception du beau visage d'une fillette ballottée par les vents. Malgré les années qui passent, l'inconnue rend de temps en temps visite en rêve au jeune homme, qui s'accroche à l'espoir qu'elle ne soit pas qu'un fantôme.

Il ne croit pas si bien dire. Mais si la jeune fille, Audra, est bien un être de chair et de sang, elle n'a en revanche rien d'humain ! C'est une sylphe, une créature liée au vent, qu'elle sait manipuler pour voler dans les airs, transmettre des messages ou livrer bataille. Sa mission ? Le protéger. Malheureusement, l'histoire se répète – une maladresse et Audra révèle à leur pire ennemi l'existence du garçon... Celle qui vient peut-être de causer la mort de Vane est aussi son seul espoir de survie : le jeune homme n'a que quelques jours pour comprendre qui il est vraiment ou c'est la mort qui l'attend.

Les nuages s'amassent au-dessus d'eux, et un vent mauvais balaie les sables du désert... Survivront-ils à l'orage qui se lève à l'horizon ? Retrouvez la patte unique de Shannon Messenger, de dialogues malicieux en scènes d'affrontements homériques, pour une histoire fantastique où brille une fois encore son immense inventivité.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9782371021877
Publisher: AC média
Publication date: 08/30/2018
Sold by: EDITIS - EBKS
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 341
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Shannon Messenger graduated from the USC School of Cinematic Arts where she learned—among other things—that she liked watching movies much better than making them. She’s studied art, screenwriting, and television production, but realized her real passion was writing for kids and teens. She is the author of the middle grade novels Keeper of the Lost Cities and Exile and the young adult novels Let the Sky Fall and Let the Storms Break. She is also one of the founders and organizers of WriteOnCon, a free online Writer’s Conference for kidlit writers held annually in August. She lives in Southern California with her husband and an embarrassing number of cats. Find her online at ShannonMessenger.com.

Read an Excerpt



I’m lucky to be alive.

At least, that’s what everybody keeps telling me.

The reporter from the local newspaper even had the nerve to call it a miracle. I was “Vane Weston: The Miracle Child.” Like the police finding me unconscious in a pile of rubble was part of some grand universal plan.

“Family Survives Tornado”—now, that would’ve been a miracle. But trust me, there’s nothing “miraculous” about being orphaned at seven years old.

It’s not that I’m not grateful to be alive. I am. I get that I shouldn’t have survived. But that’s the worst part about being “The Miracle Child.”

The question.

The same inescapable question, plaguing me for the last ten years of my life.


How could I get sucked in by a category-five tornado—nature’s equivalent of a giant blender—get carried over four miles before the massive funnel spit me back out, and only have a few cuts and bruises to show for it? How was that possible, when my parents’ bodies were found almost unrecognizable?

The police don’t know.

Scientists don’t know.

So they all turn to me for the answer.

But I have no freaking idea.

I can’t remember it. That day. My past. Anything.

Well, I can’t remember anything useful.

I remember fear.

I remember wind.

And then . . . a giant, blank space. Like all my memories were knocked out of my head when I hit the ground.

Except one.

One isolated memory—and I’m not even sure if it is a memory, or if it’s some strange hallucination my traumatized brain cooked up.

A face, watching me through the chaos of the storm.

A girl. Dark hair. Darker eyes. A single tear streaks down her cheek. Then a chilly breeze whisks her away.

She’s haunted my dreams ever since.

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"Charged and romantic—a whirlwind of a love story." —Becca Fitzpatrick, New York Times bestselling author of the Hush, Hush Saga

"Funny, fast-paced, and slyly romantic, Shannon Messenger’s YA debut dazzles."

- Kiersten White, NYT Bestselling author of PARANORMALCY and SUPERNATURALLY

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