Something Deadly This Way Comes (Paperback)
I'm Madison Avery, in charge of heaven's hit squad . . . and fighting it all the way.
When Madison died the night of her prom, she knew her life would never be the same. Now she has a powerful amulet that gives her the illusion of a body, a team of rogue angels by her side, the ability to flash forward into the future to see the shape of destiny, and a perfect boyfriend who doesn't even mind that she's dead.
But Madison soon faces her most difficult decision yet. She could have the one thing she wants most in the world: a normal life. But would that mean giving up everything she's worked so hard for?
About the Author
Kim Harrison, dark urban fantasy author of the #1 "New York Times "bestselling Hollows series, was born in Detroit and, after gaining her bachelor's in the sciences, she moved to South Carolina, where she remained until recently returning to Michigan because she missed the snow. When not at her desk, Kim is most likely to be found landscaping her new/old Victorian home, in the garden, or out on the links.
Praise for the Madison Avery series:“This fast-paced tale delivers some uniquely amusing moments. Fans of Lauren Kate’s Fallen and those who enjoyed the first book may be drawn into Harrison’s world of heaven and earth.”
-School Library Journal on Early to Death, Early to Rise
“Harrison injects her young adult debut with style and originality. Rocking good fun, packed full of twists and turns.”
-Kelley Armstrong, New York Times bestselling author of the Darkest Powers series on Once Dead, Twice Shy
“With a Kim Harrison novel, I expect action, humor, world building, strong female characters, true friendships, and a bit of realistic romance. I found it all right here.”
-Melissa Marr, New York Times bestselling author of the Wicked Lovely series on Once Dead, Twice Shy
“An amusing and entertaining jaunt of an urban fantasy.”
-Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) on Once Dead, Twice Shy
“Abounds with originality and introduces us to rich characters…is sure to introduce [Harrison] to a whole new generation of readers.”