Alexandra Bracken is the author of Passenger.
In one calamitous night, violin genius Etta Spencer deprives every little thing she identifies and loves. Plunge into an strange world by an unknown with a deadly plan, Etta is confident of solely one thing that she has walkled not merely miles, but aeon from home. And she’s rooted an interitance she discerns nothing relating to a family, whose presence she’s never listen of. Just before now.
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Nicholas Carter is comfortable with his life at ocean, free from the Ironwoods-a dominant family in the Colonies-and the slavery he’s admitted at Ironwoods hands. But with the coming of an unexpected customer on his ship comes the incessant pick up of the past from which he cannot run and the family that wouldnot allow him go so readily.
Presently, the Ironwoods are seeking for a robbed object of uncounted cost, one they suppose only Etta, Nicholas’s passenger, can discover. To save her, Nicholas should make sure she carries it back to Ironwoods-either Etta intends or not. Unitedly, Etta and Nicholas commence a dangerous quest beyond centuries and continents, assembling evidences eluded by the passenger who will do whatever he can to save the object from the Ironwoods’ grip.When they are getting nearby to the reality of their questand the dangerous game playing by the Ironwoods,unreliable authorities intimidate to disconnect Etta not only from Nick but also from her way to home permanently.