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The final book in Katharine McGee's epic The Thousandth Floor series.
It's New York City, 2118.
In Manhattan’s glamorous thousand-story supertower, millions of people are living scandalous lives. Leda, Watt, Rylin, Avery, and Calliope are all struggling to hide the biggest secrets of all, secrets that could destroy everything, and send their perfect worlds toppling over the edge.
Because every rise has a fall.
With all the drama, romance and hidden secrets from The Thousandth Floor and The Dazzling Heights, this explosive finale will not disappoint.
Praise for ‘The Thousandth Floor’:
“The luxe lives of Manhattan’s elite are even more extraordinary in Katharine McGee’s futuristic, highly addictive page-turner. The Thousandth Floor will give you vertigo and leave you eager for more.” Cecily von Ziegesar, no. 1 New York Times bestselling author of GOSSIP GIRL
“Katharine McGee’s vision of glamorous twenty-second century teens makes for an addictive and compelling read that left me longing for the second installment!” Alyson Noël, no. 1 New York Times bestselling author
“Twenty-second century Gossip Girl-like fun. Sexy and engrossing!” Melissa de la Cruz, no. 1 New York Times bestselling author
“An unparalleled mash-up of romance, mystery, and science fiction unlike anything I’ve read before. Katharine McGee gives the speculative fiction genre a much-needed make-over with a novel that’s as glamorous as it is fiercely intelligent.” Kass Morgan, New York Times bestselling author of THE 100
“Compelling and imaginative – I loved everything from the fascinating vision of the future to the scandalous lives of the characters.” Amy Tintera, author of RUINED
About the author
Katharine McGee is from Houston, Texas. She studied English and French literature at Princeton and has an MBA from Stanford. It was during her years at living in a second-floor apartment in New York City that she kept daydreaming about skyscrapers… and then she started writing.