This week’s List List is sponsored by The City’s Son by Tom Pollock.
Beneath the streets of London lies a city of monsters and miracles, where wild train spirits stampede and glass-skinned dancers with glowing veins light the streets. Following a devastating betrayal, Beth Bradley, a sixteen-year-old graffiti artist, is suspended from school. Running away from home, Beth stumbles into the hidden city and meets Filius Viae, London’s asphalt-hued crown prince. An ancient enemy is stirring under St. Paul’s Cathedral, determined to stoke the flames of a centuries-old war. Beth and Filius find themselves drawn into a mysterious urban wonderland, hoping to prevent the destruction of the city they both know and love.
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