The Plentiful Darkness (Exclusive OwlCrate Jr Edition)
In order to survive on her own, 12-year-old Rooney collects moonlight, which she draws from the night sky with her magical lunar mirror. When her mirror is stolen, Rooney will do whatever it takes to get it back, even if it means following the thief into a pool of darkness and the bewitched world below...
The Plentiful Darkness is a spine-chilling fantasy by Heather Kassner. Published by Macmillan.
This edition features:
- Exclusive cover
- Signed by Heather Kassner
- Author letter from Heather Kassner
- 'Moonlight & Stardust' collectible sticker (designed by Keni Chaffee)
Featured in the August 2021 'Moonlight & Stardust' OwlCrate Jr box.
Photos by: @lostinbookworld (from Instagram) and Babs Books
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- Kaylee J.1 year agoRated 5 out of 5 starsSo Cute!
Such a cute story! My sister loved this book and has convinced me to read it as well!
- Lori F.1 year agoRated 5 out of 5 starsThe Plentiful Darkness
What a wonderful book! I’m enjoying OwlCrate both adult and jr selection of books. In fact I had the wonderful pleasure of buying a bunch of the books for my niece and then turned around and bought copies for myself lol 😂 thanks for such awesome books!
- Krystle2 years agoRated 5 out of 5 starsA wonderful story!
I'd like to start off to say that I'm usually not into many books, and wanted to get into reading. I was drawn by the cover of this book, and decided to dive in and just try it out. It took me awhile to truly get started, having seen the book as a nice charming read as I got a few chapters in. As I said, I am someone who has never been really into reading and had a hard time with sticking to things. I paused my reading at the time for awhile, but then picked it up again. And after picking it up again, I finished the entire book in one sitting. I loved it so much- especially as someone who is into dark fantasy. The characters are fantastic and I grew to adore them even more so as the story went on, and I was actively engaged with these budding friendships and wanting to know more about them. The world building and imagery is something I really enjoyed about this book as well, and I believe the author did a fantastic job. I want to one day pick up this book again in the future, and read it all over again.