Mirror Image (Schooled in Magic Series #18)

Mirror Image (Schooled in Magic Series #18)

by Christopher G. Nuttall
Mirror Image (Schooled in Magic Series #18)

Mirror Image (Schooled in Magic Series #18)

by Christopher G. Nuttall



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Years ago, Heart's Eye, a school built on top of a nexus point, was attacked and captured by a necromancer. The nexus point was snuffed out, the handful of survivors forced to flee and the once-great school turned into a forward base for a necromantic invasion. All seemed lost, until Emily killed the necromancer and retook the school. Now, she intends to lay the building blocks for a university, a place where magical knowledge and mundane technology are brought together for the benefit of all. It will be the first place in history where mundanes and magicians, commoners and aristocrats, meet as equals. And it will be hers.

But dark secrets lie within the shadowed school, it's every wall lined with mirrors. No one really knows what happened when Heart's Eye fell, or what the tutors where doing when the wards fell and the necromancer invaded the school. And now, as power flows back into the school and into the enigmatic mirrors, Emily finds herself caught between power struggles and misunderstandings that threaten to turn violent and a threat from the ancient past, a shadow that has walked beside her from the very first day she came to the Nameless World. It might bring about the end of everything.

In a school full of mirrors, who knows what they reflect?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160758213
Publisher: Twilight Times Books
Publication date: 10/27/2019
Series: Schooled in Magic Series , #18
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 815,720
File size: 559 KB

About the Author

Christopher G. Nuttall was born in Edinburgh, studied in Manchester, married in Malaysia and currently living in Scotland, United Kingdom with his wife and baby son. He is the author of thirty novels from various publishers and over fifty self-published novels.
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