The Nightsilver Promise

The Nightsilver Promise

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The first book in a magical fantasy trilogy from debut author Annaliese Avery.

London, the Empire of Albion. The Great Dragons of old are long-gone. Now the world is governed by the science of Celestial Physicists, and everyone's life is foretold by the track on their wrist.

When thirteen-year-old Paisley discovers from her track that she is destined to die, the race is on to protect her dragon-touched brother and find her missing mother. But an ancient power stalks the sewers of London, and the Dark Dragon is rising, intent on restoring the Great Dragons and destroying Paisley's family and her world forever.

In a world where science rules and dragons fear to tread, Paisley must trust her instincts and forge new friends, as she attempts to outrun fate itself.

Title:The Nightsilver Promise
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781338754469
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    The Nightsilver Promise Reviews

  • Gavin Hetherington

    Oh man, this was SO exciting! A series debut that promises a truly exciting future for the world.This is set in a world where people have a track of stars on their wrist that predicts their destiny, b...

  • Helen

    Amazing book. Paisley and her brother go on a journey to see if there mum is still alive.Paisley must protect her brother as he has the Dragon touch, and he would be in danger if he fell into the wron...

  • Emma

    If you like books like Frostheart, Nevermoor & Land of Roar, you'll enjoy this adventure.I really enjoyed how visual it was. I often have a hard time picturing worlds and characters but this book was ...

  • Peter

    A classic middle grade steampunk adventure. Fast paced writing with lots of great world building. A brave young heroine and her younger brother. Plus action, clockwork, magical electricity, mystical d...

  • Liz

    I enjoyed this, but I simultaneously felt as if I had no idea what was going on most of the time. The world building was lacking some depth, and Paisley ... oh, the writer really did her wrong. She fe...

  • Alice

    reallly cute, and exciting...

  • Tracy Curran

    The best thing about May has definitely been the brilliant books that have been released into the world (because let's face it, it hasn't been the weather) and no one was more excited than me when the...

  • Mandy-faith Madigan

    I would give this 3.5 stars. I like the characters, but some of them needed more development (especially the “villains”). I realize that might happen in the next book. I love Paisley and Dax! Love...

  • Miz

    I really wanted to like this more. The plot has everything I would normally love. But for some reason I can’t quite work out, I just couldn’t get into the story properly. I kept really trying, but...

  • Amy McCaw

    A gorgeously written debut with incredible world building and dragons – what more could you want? The concept is really clever and well executed, and I adored the characters. This book is a new favo...