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Sorrow #1: State of Sorrow New

by Melinda Salisbury (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 13 - 18 years

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New from a YA legend! A kingdom ruled by grief. A raging, furious foe. Can sorrow defeat anger? The Court of Grief rules over a land of tears; a place of endless woe and wailing. Break out the tissues! But why is everyone so sad? Well – they’re mourning Sorrow’s brother: the true prince, who died just days before Sorrow was born. By day Sorrow governs in her father’s stead, ruling the kingdom’s Court of Tears. By night she creeps away to find solace with the boy she loves. That is, until her brother shows up alive – intent on grabbing control. Should Sorrow step aside for this scary stranger? How does she know who he really is?

  • Addictive YA fantasy by the author of The Sin Eater’s Daughter trilogy
  • The Sin Eater’s Daughter was the UK’s bestselling YA debut novel of 2015
  • Power struggles, intrigue and scorching chemistry in a dark, dangerous realm
  • Blockbusting drama for fans of Throne of Glass and Philippa Gregory

Product Details

Catalogue number

982 in EU Teen March 2018


Sorrow (book 1)







Date published

March 1st, 2018

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  • 464 pages


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