‘Trinacria’ By Morgan Kail-Ackerman

In 1970s Sicily, Bianca feels isolated from her triplets. With Milo’s ability to persuade emotions and Alessia’s power to connect with bodies, Bianca feels powerless, especially in a world of riots, chaos, and violence on their doorsteps. When Bianca starts hearing voices of the dead, she starts to wonder if she is going crazy or, in fact, she isn’t useless after all.

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