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Alex Valentine: Die by the Sword-bookcover

By: C A McGrail

Alex Valentine: Die by the Sword

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The authorities are dead, the allies fractured, Alex and Ira divided, Argon is mortally wounded.

There is no denying it now – they are at war.

There is no going back; any hope of a truce is off the table and Alex is to blame.

However, determined to end the war once and for all, one way or another, Alex, Ira and their allies are forced to cast grievances aside.

And, unfortunately, they need Argon. In order to destroy the First, they need to work together.

However, in order to destroy the First, Alex is forced to go further than ever before – perhaps too far this time.

But, if the Midnight Children defeat the First what will become of them? Is it a chance they must take for the sake of the clans? Should they risk their lives and become the sacrifice the prophecy promised?

Or, does Argon have something else in store?

C A McGrail was born in Magherafelt in 1990 and grew up in Cookstown, Co. Tyrone. She attended Bolton University in 2009 to study Media, Writing and Production, and following this went on to complete a masters degree in Journalism at Dublin City University in 2013.

Her first novel Alex Valentine: The Midnight Children was published in August 2021 followed by her second, Alex Valentine: Descent of the Damned in March 2023. C A has also written a poetry compilation, The Past and all our Ghosts.

She now lives in Belfast and works for Mediahuis UK.

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