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Ava, Elm, and the former Prism students have escaped indoctrination and survived on their own before finding refuge in New Prism. But their tyrannical government still holds captive more users of Yellow magic. Now they must work together with their adopted homeland to change society to a world where all are welcome. Fast pacing and vibrant characters explore the evils of authoritarian lies and how heroes can overcome conditioning. With this last stroke for the Color Theory trilogy, Ashley Bustamante’s Chromatic concludes her triptych with a bold finale.

Best for: Teen readers and other fans of light magical fantasy.

Discern: Adults and other powerful leaders abuse their authority, some brief descriptions of regime violence against innocent people.

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