Guided by a prophecy conjured by their secret coven of Sorcerers, Valor McRaven and his sister, Doomsy Gloomsy, return to Mystic City where they are being hunted. While trying to become apprentices of magic at Mystic Steeples, they battle ghosts connected to their past in a haunted mansion, investigate mysterious murders and disappearances, meet many suspicious witches who try to control them, and travel back in time through a book that seems to be steering them closer to the truth of The Great Deception.
About the Author
An artist and poet since adolescence, a few of Sergent's works were published in Scarlet Literary Magazine. He has also had several business writings place first in national and regional for the American Advertising Federation.
He lives with his wife, Rebecca, in Mississippi but considers New Orleans his second home. To learn more about the author or view the illustrated companion guide to the Candlewicke 13 series visit www.milansergent.com. While there, join the mailing list for important news updates and notifications about future novel releases.
Milan Sergent studied creative writing in college and began writing the Candlewicke 13 novel series in 2007, a year after featuring some of the series' characters in his solo art exhibition, Outsiders and Apparitions, near Rockefeller Center in New York City. Sergent's Candlewicke 13 and the Tombstone Forest won the Readers' Favorite Finalist Award in the Children - Fantasy/Sci-Fi category as well as the Book Excellence Award Finalist - Fantasy. An artist and poet since adolescence, a few of Sergent's poetic works were published in Scarlet Literary Magazine. To learn more about the author or view the illustrated companion guide to the Candlewicke 13 series visit www.milansergent.com. While there, join the mailing list for important news updates and notifications about future novel releases.
Table of Contents
Candlewicke 13: Under the Crescent Moon has thirty-one story chapters. Also included, as a bonus, is a partial companion guide from the Encyclopedia Hoopenfangia by the author as it pertains to this book.