Margaret Stohl discusses her young adult novel Idols (at Chapel Hill Public Library)

Thu 9/4, 6:30pm – 7:30pm at Chapel Hill Public Library
Margaret Stohl discusses her young adult novel Idols

Little Brown Books for Young Readers 9780316205177

The Icons came from the sky. They belong to an inhuman enemy. They ended our civilization, and they can kill us.

Most of us.

Dol, Ro, Tima, and Lucas are the four Icon Children, the only humans immune to the Icon's power to stop a human heart. Now that Los Angeles has been saved, things are more complicated - and not just because Dol has to choose between Lucas and Ro, the two great loves of her life. As she flees to a resistance outpost hidden beneath a mountain, Dol makes contact with a fifth Icon Child, if only through her visions. When Dol and the others escape to Southeast Asia in search of this missing child, Dol's dreams, feelings and fears collide in an epic showdown that will change more than just four lives -- and stop one heart forever.
In this riveting sequel to Icons, filled with nonstop action and compelling romance, bestselling author Margaret Stohl explores what it means to be human and how our greatest weakness can be humanity's strongest chance at survival.

"I love this book. It's raw and riveting, a scorched-Earth future vision that feels frighteningly real. It's full of passion and deep truths and the kind of power that people only find when they're driven far, far past their limits."—Lev Grossman, New York Times bestselling author of The Magicians.

"An action-packed, smart thriller that shows an excitingly different side of Stohl's writing and opens up a fascinating new world."—Holly Black, New York Times bestselling author of the Modern Faerie Tales series
Event date: 
Thursday, September 4, 2014 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Event address: 
752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Next to Foster's Market & Kitchen
27514 Chapel Hill
Idols (Icons #2) By Margaret Stohl Cover Image
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ISBN: 9780316205177
Published: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers - July 8th, 2014