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Desert Magick 2: Dream Catcher [NOOK Book]


Arizona witch Daisy Hammel-Kavanaugh recently survived a terrible enemy and has the scars to prove it. Just when her life seems to be returning to normal, a young cousin recruits her for a struggle that will determine humanity's fate.
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Desert Magick 2: Dream Catcher

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Arizona witch Daisy Hammel-Kavanaugh recently survived a terrible enemy and has the scars to prove it. Just when her life seems to be returning to normal, a young cousin recruits her for a struggle that will determine humanity's fate.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780744319149
  • Publisher: SynergEbooks
  • Publication date: 5/31/2010
  • Series: Desert Magick Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 730 KB

Meet the Author

Dana Davis is a four time award-winning author of fantasy and science fiction. During her college years, she had the good fortune to study with Nebula Award-winner Sheila Finch and received her creative writing degree from California State University, Long Beach.

When she's not writing, she loves to read and travel. Just try to keep her away from ruins and old cemeteries. Dana lives in the Arizona desert with her husband and two insane birds, where she is currently writing another book. She invites readers to visit her website at
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  • Posted September 26, 2011

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    Entertaining continuation of Desert Magick series

    Book two in the Desert Magick series again features Daisy and Bridgette, cousins and witches, and adds to the cast their distant cousin, Zoey, who they thought was powerless. However, on her 21st birthday, Zoey discovers that she has power after all - she is the Dream Catcher, the guardian of humanities hopes and dreams. And she must beware the Anguishers - her opposite number, while necessary for balance in the universe, nonetheless is not content with the role that the Fates have given him and is trying to steal the hopes and dreams of humanity and to spread the despair of the underworld throughout the entire world.

    While a bridging novel, this is not a typical "middle" book - it continues the story from the previous book, and then moves the characters forward more. Davis does a good job with characters, creating unique voices for each of them. I'm enjoying the series, started in book 1 "Superstitions" and continued with book 3 "Day of the Dead." Recommended for fans of urban fantasy and paranormal books in general.

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