The Lost Daughter
From the Series A House Divided
Henrietta Achilles is making her last stand.
As mysterious stone warriors invade Henrietta’s inherited home, she’ll use the last traces of the house’s magic to protect the friends around her. But even if she survives the battle, nothing can prepare her for the shocking returns of two figures from her past . . .
|Interest Level||Grade 7 - Grade 12|
|Reading Level||Grade 6|
|Genre||Graphic Novels, Young Adult|
|Category||SEL: B Self-Management, SEL: D Relationship Skills, SEL: E Responsible Decision-Making, Social Emotional Learning|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Graphic Universe ™|
|Number of Pages||136|
School Library Journal
“An occasional one-liner balances teary-eyed moments of sacrifice. Spells never lose their luster on the page, always providing unique visual effects and advancing the story. . . . Fans of Henrietta will find satisfaction in this grand finale to the epic series.”—School Library Journal
“[E]asily shifts between perfectly timed humor, poignant dialogue, and action-packed battles. The inventive magical elements and splendidly atmospheric illustrations continue to delight and make this series a standout. . . . A satisfying finale to an inventive and absorbing series.”—Kirkus Reviews
Author: Haiko Hörnig
Haiko Hörnig is a writer of screenplays and graphic novels. He lives in Frankfurt, Germany, where he writes for various clients and works with Marius Pawlitza on their fantasy series A House Divided.
Illustrator: Marius Pawlitza
Marius Pawlitza was born in Königshütte, Poland but grew up in Ludwigshafen, Germany with comics and video games. After studying communication design in Mainz he started his first job in an advertisement agency. Today he lives in Frankfurt, draws comics and works as a freelance illustrator and art director.
A House Divided, a series of fantasy graphic novels full of humor and intrigue, is the result of a longstanding collaboration between writer Haiko Hörnig and artist Marius Pawlitza. The project has spanned years of active creation and has origins years before that work started, in the… View →