Dark Quest Lights the Way with More Great Fiction

Dark Quest signs a deal with author L. Jagi Lamplighter for her new young adult series, The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin. The series will launch Dark Quest's new YA imprint, Palomino Press.

Howell, NJ, June 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Dark Quest Books and award-winning author L. Jagi Lamplighter have entered into a four-book deal for a new young-adult fantasy series entitled The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin. Book one in the series is to release at the end of 2013. The series will serve as the flagship releases for Dark Quest’s new Young Adult Imprint, Palomino Press, to be overseen by Acquisitions Editor Christine Norris.

The series follows the misadventures of young Rachel Griffin, student at the Roanoke Academy for the Sorcerous Arts. An eidetic memory has the unexpected effect of allowing Rachel to see past enchantments sorcerers use to hide their secrets. Rachel discovers layers to reality she never before knew existed, changing her view of the world forever. These unique attributes and her own innate curiosity lead Rachel down the path of danger and adventure.

Ms. Lamplighter is the author of the acclaimed Prospero’s Daughter trilogy (Prospero Lost, Prospero in Hell, and Prospero Regained) available from TOR Books (www.tor.com), as well as co-editor of the award-winning Bad-Ass Faeries anthologies, available from Mundania Press (www.mundania.com).
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