An Average Curse (The Chronicles of Hawthorn, Book 1)

An Average Curse (The Chronicles of Hawthorn, Book 1)

by Rue

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Overview

An Average Curse (The Chronicles of Hawthorn, Book 1) by Rue

Her world is in peril. Magick is her only hope. As of this morning, she still can’t cast a single spell.

On an island hidden from the rest of the world, Flynn Hawthorn, the ninth daughter of the ninth daughter, lives under a curse. In a land filled with magick, Flynn is forced to live her life as a Watcher—born into magick, but unable to wield it.

Her birth fulfills an ancient prophecy that’s waited nine generations to be satisfied. Flynn must reunite the separated halves of the Book of Shadow and Light to restore balance to her world.

Dark forces oppose her purpose and as the threat from the Shadow Coven of Southeil touches her shores for the first time in generations, Flynn must pretend—with the help of her best friend Hazel—that she actually has magick. Hazel would do anything for Flynn, but the game they are playing may cost them their lives…

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940153011707
Publisher: Rue
Publication date: 06/20/2016
Series: Chronicles of Hawthorn , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 237,881
File size: 7 MB
Age Range: 12 Years

About the Author

Rue is an award-winning author, who wrote her first manifesto at age three; a letter begging her grandfather to stop smoking; to the small pink piece of stationary, she taped two dimes and a nickel—his reward for quitting. The entreaty was successful and the power of the pen was instilled in her soul. Throughout her life she has written unceasingly, journals, poems, short stories, screenplays and articles for newspaper and magazine. Her love of ink led her to pursue a B.A. in Journalism from Pepperdine University in California. She also suffers from a slight obsession with office supplies—mostly pens and fine paper. Having moved 17 times by the time she graduated from high school Rue has seen more than her share of the Great Plains. She never stayed in one place long enough to make lasting human friends. Her best friends were all characters from her beloved books; and the love of reading led to a lifelong passion for writing.

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