Jeremy fights for his life in a race for his memories. Constantly looking over his shoulder, he senses the Nords always at his back pushing him forward. But are they pushing him toward his destiny or his end? When he stumbles into Ninawa's life, something about the young man touches her maternal instincts. She is drawn to him and the Lakona works to discover who he really is. What she discovers is hard to believe and leaves a lasting imprint on her life. Can Jeremy's reaction to the news change the course of history or is he merely following the destiny laid out for him? Having no memory of who he is, he has to take people at their word. Can the Oracle change this?
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I'm one of those few lucky ones who got the chance to read Forgotten Magic while it was being written. I'm not one to wait in long lines to get the latest by my favorite author, but in the case of Forgotten Magic, I couldn't wait to finish each chapter to get the next. Light and colors are sometimes taken for granted by humans, but Forgotten Magic gives them new meanings and amazing powers beyond what we are used to. Those who enjoyed reading Harry Potter's adventures and are in need of their magic fix, Deborah Henry gives them the chance to travel with Jeremy through light and colors into an enchanted world of magic, love, bravery, camaraderie and innocence betrayed by greed and nurtured by human decency. I highly recommend Forgotten Magic to readers of all ages who will not just love it, but they will ask for more!