We’re thrilled to be bringing you our tour schedule for our upcoming Nightrender Booktok tour! We had a wonderful lineup of hosts sign on to this tour, and we hope you’ll join us as we celebrate the book’s upcoming release. While you’re waiting for the tour to come, don’t forget to pick up a copy for yourself, and follow all of our hosts so you don’t miss any of their stops!
by Jodi Meadows
Published by Holiday House
Releasing on January 11th, 2022
YOUNG ADULT FICTION—Fantasy
Kingdoms will fall, gods will die, and hearts will be broken in this sprawling new fantasy from New York Times bestselling author Jodi Meadows.
In the middle of nothingness is the continent of Salvation.
Reality bends easily here. Villages disappear. Forests burn forever. Pockets of inconsistent time are everywhere, their boundaries strung with yellow ribbon. And the three kingdoms of Salvation have been at war for a thousand years.
But the greatest threat is the Malice, an incursion from the demon plane slowly tearing its way through the world’s weakest seams. Seams that–once split–will lead to the total unraveling of night and day, light and dark, life and death.
Not that the human world takes much interest. Of more concern is the upcoming marriage of Rune Highcrown, Prince of Caberwill, and Johanne Fortuin, Princess of Embria–the serpent bride, a girl of famous cunning–which offers a possible end to the ancient conflict. But Rune has noticed the growing darkness, and he is determined to summon mankind’s only defense: Nightrender, the hammer of the gods, an immortal warrior more weapon than girl.
There is only one problem. The last time she was summoned, she slaughtered every royal in Salvation, and no one knows why. Will she save humanity from the Malice… or plunge it deeper into the fires of eternal war?
Jodi Meadows wrote the INCARNATE and FALLEN ISLES trilogies (HarperCollins/Katherine Tegen), and is a coauthor of NYT bestsellers MY LADY JANE and MY PLAIN JANE (HarperTeen). You can visit her website at http://www.jodimeadows.com. She lives in rural Virginia.