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Centauriad Series

Kate Klimo
Centauriad #1: Daughter of the Centaurs by Kate Klimo
Centauriad #2: A Gathering of Wings by Kate Klimo

Centauriad Series : Titles in Order

Book 2
Kick-ass heroine, Malora Ironbound’s adventures continue, in another book about survival and friendship in a post-apocolyptic setting with mythical tones. 

In this sequel to Daughter of the Centaurs, Malora leaves the safety of Mount Kheironin search of Sky, the stallion who used to lead Malora’s herd of horses. She travels with her closest friends through the wild and dangerous bush, and wind up in a city built on the ruins of Cairo–which is wild and dangerous in a different way. This journey sees Malora facing decisions that have the potential to turn her future around in a completely different direction. Whether she is chosing between a haven and an adventure, companionship or true love, Malora’s struggles to discover what she really wants mirror the lives of contemporary teens, making this read as meaningful as it is entertaining.
Book 1
A new character joins the ranks of pwerful, kick-ass heroines such as those written by Tamora Pierce, Kristin Cashore, Esther Freisner, and Robin McKinley—Malora Ironbound. A great read also for anyone who loves horses and the Greek myths.

Malora knows what she was born to be: a horse wrangler and a hunter, just like her father. But when her people are massacred by batlike monsters called Leatherwings, Malora will need her horse skills just to survive. The last living human, Malora roams the wilderness at the head of a band of magnificent horses, relying only on her own wits, strength, and courage. When she is captured by a group of centaurs and taken to their city, Malora must decide whether the comforts of her new home and family are worth the parts of herself she must sacrifice to keep them.

Kate Klimo has masterfully created a new world, which at first seems to be an ancient one or perhaps another world altogether, but is in fact set on earth sometime far in the future.
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