By Yelena Black
All dancers dream of the opportunity to attempt out for the Royal courtroom Ballet corporation. merely dancers from the elite long island Ballet Academy can have this honour. Vanessa is considered one of them. She dances with grace and style, and a fury that's unequalled. Justin - robust, attractive and worrying - can be her companion. however the thrill of traveling to London for this once-in-a-lifetime pageant is shrouded by means of their prior and the calls for of an old enterprise. The Lyric Elite wishes them to win the competition and to infiltrate the Royal courtroom Ballet with the intention to search out a dismal society of Necrodancers. Vanessa will dance like she hasn't ever danced prior to, yet no longer for them. Vanessa is there to discover her lacking sister, Margaret, and she or he won't enable something get within the means of that ...Fierce competitors, darkish forces and hidden reasons weave jointly in a gripping mystery for fanatics of Black Swan and Cassandra Clare's Mortal tools.
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