The White Tower
Recently, Livy can't take her eyes off the sky nor stop her heels rising off the ground. And once at Temple, though busy with new friends and classes, she can't resist climbing out onto the roof. For next to the ancient statue that guards the mysterious white tower, Livy starts to have the strangest dream that she can fly.
But her dreams are more real than she thinks. And her behavior has been noticed by others, for whom the ability to defy gravity is a possible reality... one that they'll stop at nothing to use for their own ends. It's a race against time to discover that most dangerous of secrets -- will Livy survive it?
This is also a good book for readers who like problem novels. Livy's grief about her friend makes up a very large part of the story.
The Wolf Princess has circulated very well in my library, and this is a very appealing cover. Any readers who enjoy fantasies like The Lost Property Office, Charlie Boneor the Oddquaticum will enjoy this tale of magic and adventure.