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10cf746e54 When something disrupts the Archive and the dead wake in ever-growing numbers, Mac teams up with the roguish Wesley to fix things, but she may not be up for the job, haunted by the death of her brother and distracted by the charms of the mysterious Owen. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Fact: In the very first version of The Archived, Ben was a very, very minor character, mentioned only in passing. Follow Follow “Victoria (V.E.) Schwab” Get every new post delivered to your Inbox. Imagine a place where the dead rest on shelves like books. After her brother's death, Mackenzie's parents seek a fresh start, moving into an apartment in the Coronado, a former hotel, to start a new coffee shop. Author ThingsAbout V! Victoria Awesome Words Books Im Reading Books! News! Appearances! FAQ! Bookish ThingsBooks! The Near Witch Buy The Near Witch Praise for The Near Witch The Ash-Born Boy The Archived Buy The Archived Praise for The Archived The Unbound (The Archived #2) Vicious Other Projects If You Love a Book& Subscribe to the Blog. By day, she does digital operations things over at Workman Publishing. Fact: There are TWO real Coronado Hotels. Green—VOYAIn this atmospheric thriller, the afterlife is like a library, where the Histories of the dead are stored as bodies in drawers and maintained by a network of Librarians.
After moving into an older apartment building with her parents, Mackenzie hunts down those spirits who have "slipped," or awoken, becoming confused and sometimes violent. But more importantly than the pacing, the bigger question mark to me is the premise of the Archive itself, the need for Librarians, Crew, and Keepers. Suddenly, the Archive experiences a rush of escaped Histories, and it's no longer the silent domain it should be-nor is Mac, grieving the loss of her younger brother, as dispassionate as she once was about the dead. Read More Advertising Editorial Reviews Publishers Weekly In this atmospheric thriller, the afterlife is like a library, where the Histories of the dead are stored as bodies in drawers and maintained by a network of Librarians. Sixteen-year-old Mackenzie is a Keeper, charged with tracking Histories who have awoken, returning them before they escape into the outer world. The dead are called Histories, and the vast realm in which they rest is the Archive. Notify me of new posts via email. Mac starts to wonder about the boundary between living and dying, sleeping and waking.