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In this final book of the Clandestine Magic trilogy, Beatrix Harper is poised to help her sister accomplish an audacious goal. They’re on the brink of winning back a key right for typics that wizards took away—and maybe, just maybe, getting women more rights in the bargain.
But first she has to rescue Peter Blackwell, trapped in a dark-magic coma. And figure out what a former friend is plotting after nearly killing Peter and disappearing. And stay one step ahead of the vice president’s men.
What her enemies have planned is worse than she realizes. Far worse.
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“Clandestine Magic is the type of series that you think about long after you finish it, and Revolutionary is a wonderfully satisfying conclusion.” — One Book More
“It feels more like I’m closing a chapter on my life, as though I’m saying goodbye to friends, and less like I’m simply closing a book. The trilogy is a highlight of my very bookish year.” — itsKoo Reviews
“The story had me on the figurative edge of my seat, unable to get even close to guessing what would happen next. . … The only bad thing about this book is that it had to end.” — Life in the Book Lane Reviews
“This novel was hard to put down, even for something as important as eating dinner.” — Bookshelf Adventures
“Colleen Cowley pulls the reader into an intense and magical story reflective of society as a whole.” — The Reading Cafe
“For me, this was a 5-perfect wrapped-up ending with a bow!” — Goodreads reviewer JB