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Most Recent News on Cayla Kluver's Legacy Trilogy
As the original publisher of Legacy by Cayla Kluver, we are pleased that the rights have been purchased by a larger publisher. The title was released in hardcover in August 2009 by AmazonEncore. Harlequin Teen released a new softcover edition in July 2011 and will publish the remaining two books in the series, Allegiance and Sacrifice. All three books will be in print by the end of 2012.
Foreign translation rights have also been sold in a number of countries. To date, Legacy has been released in Spain, Catalan, Italy, Germany, France, Greece, Hungary, Japan, the Netherlands, Portugal and Australia, with several more countries yet to come. Spain, Italy, Germany and Japan have also released Allegiance. For the most up-to-date information on publication dates, go to www.caylakluver.com.
Legacy received 5 star reviews from:
BookIdeas, TeensReadToo.com, Curled Up With A Good Kid's Book, and ForeWord Clarion Reviews. It was also a Recommended Read by Renaissance Magazine and About Families. It was named Book of the Month by the Young Voices Foundation for January 2009.
Legacy received several awards including:
First Place in Young Adult Fiction in the 2008 Reader Views Literary Awards. Bronze Medalist in Young Adult Fiction in the 2008 Moonbeam Children's Books Awards. Award Winning Finalist in Young Adult Fiction and Literature/Romance in the National Best Book Awards 2008 sponsored by USA Book News
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