Melancholy: Episode 3
I am not a good enough person to just exist. Too much violence lies in my past. I must earn my life. Earn the beats of my heart, and be worthy of them.
Josi’s true identity has been revealed to the resistance, and now they are watching her, circling, waiting for the right moment to use her.
Bodies are dropping and Luke is barely keeping his head above water.
The Furies beyond the wall grow in number by the day, screaming to get in.
And the day of the sadness cure has arrived.
In the gripping conclusion to Melancholy, danger approaches from all sides. Josephine will need to find unparalleled strength to survive it – and to carry her new family through to whatever future lies on the other side.
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Charlotte has been writing from a young age, and has written several novels in both the science-fiction and fantasy genres, published internationally by Random House and Pan Macmillan. These include Fury, Book One of The Cure series and Avery, Book One of The Chronicles of Kaya. She studied a Masters of Screenwriting at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, and is the author of the Australian Writer’s Guild award-winning screenplay Fury adapted from her novel of the same name. …