The Hunting Moon
by Susan Dennard
The Hunting Moon is the highly anticipated sequel to The Luminaries by New York Times bestselling author Susan Dennard.
Winnie Wednesday has gotten everything she thought she wanted. She passed the deadly hunter trials, her family has been welcomed back into the Luminaries, and overnight, she has become a local celebrity.
The Girl Who Jumped. The Girl Who Got Bitten.
Unfortunately, it all feels wrong. For one, nobody will believe her about the new nightmare called the Whisperer that's killing hunters each night. Everyone blames the werewolf, even though Winnie is certain the wolf is innocent.
On top of that, following her dad's convoluted clues about the Dianas, their magic, and what happened in Hemlock Falls four years ago is leaving her with more questions than answers.
Then to complicate it all, there is still only one person who can help her: Jay Friday, the boy with plenty of problems all his own.
As bodies and secrets pile up around town, Winnie finds herself questioning what it means to be a true Wednesday and a true Luminary—and also where her fierce-hearted loyalties might ultimately have to lie.
Publication Date: November 7th, 2023
Order deadline: October 24th, 2023
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Susan Dennard is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of the
Witchlands series (now in development for TV from the Jim Henson Company), the
Something Strange and Deadly series, and the upcoming Luminaries series, as well as
various short stories and other tales across the internet. She also runs the popular
newsletter for writers, the Misfits and Daydreamers. When not writing or teaching
writing, she can be found rolling the dice as a Dungeon Master or mashing buttons on
one of her way too many consoles.
Originally from Georgia, she earned advanced degrees in marine ecology and statistics
while also traveling the world. She now lives near Lake Michigan with her French
husband, très mignonne daughter, and a veritable zoo of aging pets.