The Revolution and the Fox (Calatians Book 4)

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Two years after the Revolutionary War, the new College of Sorcery in East Georgia is in trouble. Kip, Emily, Malcolm, and Alice have survived political attacks from Victor Adamson, but their money is running out. The International Exposition of Sorcery is their last chance to find a rich donor, but once they’re there, things get much worse. The few students they have are kidnapped, and Kip gets wind of a sinister plot against all Calatians. Within days, the four friends find themselves in a race against time to save their students, their school, and the world as they know it.
Novel by Tim Susman, Cover and interior art by Laura Garabedian

Author: Tim Susman
Style:  Literary Work
Content:  Novel
Pages: 278
ISBN: 978-1-61450-528-0
Parental Rating:  PG
Publication Date:  January 2021

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × .6 in

eBook, Paperback


Cover and chapter illustrations by Laura Garabedian

1 review for The Revolution and the Fox (Calatians Book 4)

  1. minplynn

    I just finished reading the Revolution and the Fox this morning, after a few nights up late and not able to put it down. It’s been awhile since I got through a book so quickly. I had absolutely no idea where things we going with this fourth (and final) installment, and I was completely surprised and satisfied by where things ended. Susman does a fantastic job of tying up loose ends from not only this book, but the entire series, in a way that is satisfying but never feels like a cop-out; nothing feels too “easy” for the characters to accomplish, and even when the protagonists are successful, things are never completely perfect and happy for everyone involved, just like real life. I can’t recommend this entire series enough–in face, I’ve read each of the first three books twice, because the world Susman creates is so fun to spend time in–and it has so many elements that I enjoy reading about: grief, guilt, betrayal, mystery; a unique magical structure; subtle and drawn-out romance; and a group of friends that feels as iconic to me as Harry, Ron, and Hermione. Give this series the attention that it deserves!

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