The thrilling conclusion of The Light Key Trilogy, in which one brave girl must discover the secrets to a centuries-old conspiracy in order to save mankind.
Cora Sandoval, one of the remaining few of an extraordinary race known as Scintilla, holds the key to disentangling the biggest conspiracy in human history—if she doesn’t die first.
Facades, mythologies, and secrets are collapsing. Around the world innocent people are mysteriously dying, and fear spreads like an epidemic. Cora’s ruthless and ambitious enemy, the Arrazi, have ravaged her body and spirit, taking nearly everyone she loves. What faith she has, she places in a fragile alliance as she desperately searches for answers.
As Cora untangles a trail of centuries-old clues and secrets, she collides with a truth more shocking and dangerous than any reality she’s faced so far. Maybe some secrets are better left buried. The Light Key could save mankind yet cost her everything.
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Tracy Clark is a young-adult writer because she believes teens deserve to know how much they matter and that regardless of what they’re going through, they aren’t alone. In other words, she writes books for her teen self.
She grew up a “Valley Girl” in Southern California but now lives in her home state of Nevada, in a small town at the base of the Sierra Foothills. Her two children teach her the art of distraction and are a continuous source of great dialogue. She’s an unapologetic dog person who is currently owned by a cat.
Tracy was the recipient of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) Work in Progress Grant. A two-time participant in the prestigious Nevada SCBWI Mentor Program where she was lucky enough to be mentored by bestselling author, Ellen Hopkins, who taught her so much about the art of writing and cured her of her ellipsis addiction.
Her debut novel was inspired by her enchantment with metaphysics as a teen, seeing it as the real magic in life. Tracy is a part-time college student, a private pilot, and an irredeemable dreamer.