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The Unmaking

by Catherine Egan

The Unmaking

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Eliza, is growing in her magical powers, but can she learn quickly enough to stop the horrid Kwellrahg from killing her mother?

Eliza, now fourteen, has been studying magic and gaining a reputation for her power. She has much yet to learn - although she understands things like the ancient magic by which things are made and unmade, she cannot yet effect it herself. She is strong-headed and independent as ever, chafng at the boundaries the Mancers have set for her. Ravens continue to gather around Eliza and the Citadel, and nobody is sure if they are Eliza’s guides or a tricksent by the evil Xia sorceress Nia.

The Mancers create magic daily to keep Nia in her prison, but she escapes, turning them all to stone except Eliza’s grandfather, Kyreth, the head Mancer. Why on earth would she do that? Nia also summons Ancient Magic to create a horrid Kwellrahg, with which to threaten Eliza’s mother.

Eliza, her friends Nell and Charlie, the witch Swarn and the Faerie Lord Jalo must somehow stop Nia from wreaking further destruction.The key to victory is Eliza’s mastery of the Ancient Magic herself. Can she make it work in time? Will they learn the true story of Eliza and Nia’s common heritage

Catherine Egan has fashioned another thrilling fantasy tale of magic, of good battling evil, of a young woman discovering her true nature and realizing her own powers.

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ISBN
9781550505597
eISBN
9781550507447
Size
5.5" x 8.5" 280 pages
Ages:
9+
Price
$12.95 CDN; $12.95 USD
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Categories
JuvenileFantasyNovel Tradepaper 9+
Author
Catherine Egan
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Catherine Egan has fashioned a heart-stopping sequel to last year’s Shade and Sorceress, The Unmaking is another thrilling fantasy tale of magic, of good battling evil, of a young woman discovering her true nature and realizing her own powers. Catherine's debut fantasy novel Shade and Sorceress is the first in the Last Days of Tian Di trilogy. Her short fiction has been published in Canadian and US journals.

Catherine is a world traveller who has lived in Canada, the UK, Japan, and China. She currently resides with her family in New Haven, Connecticut . You can find Catherine’s experimental twitterstories – tales told in three tweets a day – by following her on Twitter @ByCatherineEgan.

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