Cathexis: Conspirator's Coin [NOOK Book]

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Conspirator's Coin is the second novel in the four book fantasy epic series: Cathexis. Follow the continuing adventures of the Ardellen family through a world of magic and adventure, where they must face necromancers, shape changing priests, and a dark and secret plot. Only their training in the art of aura magic and their loyal friends can save them. Beware the Conspirator's Coin.

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Cathexis: Conspirator's Coin

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Overview

Conspirator's Coin is the second novel in the four book fantasy epic series: Cathexis. Follow the continuing adventures of the Ardellen family through a world of magic and adventure, where they must face necromancers, shape changing priests, and a dark and secret plot. Only their training in the art of aura magic and their loyal friends can save them. Beware the Conspirator's Coin.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011290039
  • Publisher: Philip Blood
  • Publication date: 4/17/2011
  • Series: Cathexis, #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 224,122
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Philip Blood is a published author, computer artist, game producer and game designer currently living in the Los Angeles suburbs. He is an avid scuba diver, voracious reader of scifi and fantasy, table top gamer from way back and a computer game junkie with MMOs being the top of his list.Recently he published the fourth and final novel in the fantasy epic Cathexis series, his second fantasy novel series (the first series being a Trilogy called, NexLord).
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  • Posted August 20, 2012

    Book 2 was even better than book 1. I loved the way the book we

    Book 2 was even better than book 1. I loved the way the book went
    between the children's characters, and the adults characters. I don't
    want to give away the use of the special metal, Cathexis, from which the
    series gets it's name, but the use of it makes the story of young
    Steffan very fun. Now... bad guys. There are some truly epic bad guys
    in these books, darkest evil. RIveK is chillingly evil, as are the
    other Necromancers. This is a true fantasy, with darkest evil against
    the truest good. Great stuff. I've already read book 3 and am working
    on 4 now, this story just keeps getting better and deeper. A great read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2011

    Continuing saga of engrossing dimensions

    Picking up where Necromancer's Dagger left off, albeit about 13 years later, and actually progressing 3 years by the end; this story continues to unfold and the plots thicken! Believable action, humorous banter, and tests of loyalty (and shows of disloyalty) weave together in this book, and propel the reader forward, towards the day it comes to an exciting conclusion.

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