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John Stephens

John Stephens wrote and produced television for ten years. During this time, he read His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman and fell in love with fantasy for young readers. He spent the next several years waking at 4 am every morning to write his first book, The Emerald Atlas, before heading to work for the day. John lives in Los Angeles with his family. Visit BooksofBeginning.com and follow him at @johnrstephens to find out more.

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The Emerald Atlas

By: John Stephens

"A strong . . . new trilogy, invoking just a little Harry Potter and Series of Unfortunate Events along the way."—Realms of Fantasy

Siblings Kate, Michael, and Emma have been in one orphanage after another for the last ten...

The Fire Chronicle

By: John Stephens

It's been six months since Kate, Michael, and Emma confronted the Dire Magnus, but the trail to their long-missing parents remains cold. Then Michael and Emma find a man who saw them ten years ago—three days after...

The Black Reckoning

By: John Stephens

The final book in the bestselling Books of Beginning trilogy that began with The Emerald Atlas, which the New York Times called “a new Narnia for the tween set.”

The adventures of siblings...

El atlas esmeralda

By: John Stephens

Una profecía
Dos mundos
Tres niños

En su pequeña familia de tres huérfanos, Kate es la mayor y más responsable. A sus 14 años es la única que recuerda a sus padres,...

La crónica de fuego

By: John Stephens

Emma, Kate y Michael acaban de descubrir que, después de diez años desaparecidos, sus padres podrían estar vivos. Magnus el Siniestro, la criatura más cruel que hay en la Tierra,...

El oscuro final

By: John Stephens

El esperado desenlace de la trilogía Los libros del comienzo.
Descubre cómo termina la alucinante aventura de Kate, Michael y Emma.
Tres niños. Dos mundos. Una profecía.

The Emerald Atlas Gift Bundle

By: John Stephens

Two wondrous adventures in one special gift set!
Called “a new Narnia for the tween set” by the New York Times and perfect for fans of the His Dark Materials series, The Emerald...