Earth Magic

Earth Magic

by Paula Blais Gorgas
     
 

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Named the Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc.'s Best Juvenile Book of 2002: When Jenna enters an abandoned old house at the top of Violet Hill, she is transported to an alternate world called EARTH ONE. There she meets Master Sorcerer Nigel, his young friends, and a telepathic cat named Victor. But a perilous encounter with a sorcerer from yet another alternate world…  See more details below

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Named the Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc.'s Best Juvenile Book of 2002: When Jenna enters an abandoned old house at the top of Violet Hill, she is transported to an alternate world called EARTH ONE. There she meets Master Sorcerer Nigel, his young friends, and a telepathic cat named Victor. But a perilous encounter with a sorcerer from yet another alternate world threatens to change Jenna's life forever.

Editorial Reviews

C. Penn
Be careful when you start EARTH MAGIC, for it's a page turning adventure that's impossible to put down. This reviewer certainly hopes for a sequel.[FIVE STARS]
Brenda MCCoy
EARTH MAGIC is a story that will intrigue and thrill young adults into fantasizing of far off places in realms of magic.I thoroughly enjoyed this book, even if it is for children.[FIVE STARS]
Carol Durfee
Brimming with adventure, action, magic, and talking cats, the reader is drawn into the story with every turn of the page. The story is fast-paced and exciting, and the dialog moves it along smoothly. I highly recommend EARTH MAGIC for young and old alike!
Brenda McCoy
EARTH MAGIC is a story that will intrigue and thrill young adults into fantasizing of far off places in realms of magic.I thoroughly enjoyed this book, even if it is for children.[FIVE STARS]

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780981704913
Publisher:
Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.
Publication date:
10/04/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
148
File size:
372 KB

Meet the Author

Paula Blais Gorgas lives in Oklahoma with her husband Chet, a retired Navy Commander turned pro-golfer. Together they have four grown sons and a dozen grandchildren. Paula has worked as an NSA intelligence analyst and as a children's librarian. Fiction publications include: Dreamtime, Earth Magic, and Other Worlds. Children's picture book publications include: Little Lost Leprechaun and The Perfect Purple Present.

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