The Power: A Titan Novel

Jennifer L. Armentrout


The life he knew the day before was long gone…Who will protect his mother now?

The future of our civilization has always been in the hands of our children. What you may not know is that many years ago, a few of our young ones fought a quest against evil—an evil unlike anything anyone has ever seen under this sun. They didn’t know it, but their sacrifices allowed our forefathers—and us—to maintain our fragile ownership of this world.

In Seven & Two, the first book of the Our Young Guardians series, we begin the chronicle of one who was brave enough to leave behind what he knew. His faded handwriting not only captures how they struggled through that war, but how they learned to find themselves as they grew up away from their families.

You and I owe them more than we could ever give. And even though there is no word of them ever asking for anything, my heart tells me they would only ask for one thing—to keep them where their friends are.

The least we can do for them is honor their story.

Directed by
Nell Teare

Edited by
Rosie Nakamura

Produced by
Film 14


The second in Armentrout’s Titan series is hotter than the first. Josie, the perfect complement to everyone’s favorite Apollyon with a bad rep, really comes into her own and shines. As for the smart-aleck golden boy himself, his status as paranormal book boyfriend of the year remains a sure bet. The dialogue and banter are typical Armentrout, and there’s nonstop action and some downright hysterical moments too.

RT Reviews4.5 stars TOP PICK

This book turns up the intensity on the Titan series...Be ready. Be ready for more Seth, more Josie, more perfection.

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Jennifer L. Armentrout

#1 New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling Author Jennifer L. Armentrout lives in West Virginia. All the rumors you’ve heard about her state aren’t true. Well, mostly. She spends her time reading, working out, watching zombie movies, and pretending to write. Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent her time writing short stories… therefore explaining her dismal grades in math.

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