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About Alicia Ellis
Alicia Ellis decided to write books about ten minutes before graduating from law school. She's now an Atlanta attorney, but she moonlights as an author, electronics junkie, and secret superhero. With two degrees in computer science and an MFA in writing popular fiction, Alicia loves all things high-tech and unreal. She writes science fiction and fantasy. Her debut novel, Girl of Flesh and Metal, made the American Library Association's LITA Excellence in Children’s and Young Adult Science Fiction Notable Lists.
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Lena hates her parents’ tech company. The world worships each cutting-edge CyberCorp release, but Lena has her doubts. Machines that think for themselves? She doesn’t trust them… So when a car accident lands her with the company’s first cybernetic arm, she’s pissed.
Is control of her own life too much to ask? Now, the arm’s artificial intelligence makes her sleepwalk. Then children of CyberCorp employees start dying in their beds, and thanks to her unwanted nighttime strolls, Lena has no alibi.
Is she the killer, or does someone else hate her parents’ inventions more than she does?
★Girl of Flesh and Metal made the American Library Association's 2021 LITA Excellence in Children’s and Young Adult Science Fiction Notable Lists.★
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Despite Lena's fears about the dangers of the Model One androids, CyberCorp has shipped them to customers. They work perfectly—except around Lena. When an android attacks one of her best friends, she insists the robots are fatally flawed.
Desperate to keep this situation from spiraling out of control, like it did last time, Lena casts suspicion on everyone she knows. This time, she won't trust anyone. When she gets a threatening note from someone claiming to be controlling the androids, she'll obey—but only to stall for time.
Can she find whoever's responsible, before someone else she loves dies?
Maddy never made peace with her parents' deaths. Instead of moving on, she summons her mother's spirit whenever possible. So when she finds the bloody corpse of her stepmother—her final parent—Maddy's world falls apart.
Devastated, she refuses to believe it was suicide. After all, blood magic users like her stepmother don't spill their blood without purpose. When her school principal is struck by a supernatural illness after he too suspects there's more to the story, Maddy vows to use her own illegal blood magic to investigate, no matter what the cost.
The truth is all she has left, but is it worth her freedom—or her life?
Blood Spells is a dark, standalone, young adult supernatural mystery full of dramatic twists and turns. Not for the faint of heart.
With no way out, she’ll face two killers and a pissed-off artificial intelligence…
Lena’s ready to put it all behind her. She helped catch two killers who used CyberCorp to commit murder, and starting right now, she vows never to set foot inside the company’s headquarters again. But when those killers show up at CyberCorp Tower to confess everything they’ve hidden, Lena can’t resist seeing justice done.
As she steels herself to confront the traumas of her recent past, decommissioned androids go berserk inside the headquarters, forcing a lockdown. Lena is trapped inside not only with the killers she brought down—but also with the dangerous technologies she fears.
Can Lena escape, or will she die inside CyberCorp Tower?
War of Flesh and Metal is the conclusion to the Flesh and Metal trilogy.