The Black Hen

The Black Hen

by Ryan Kurr
The Black Hen

The Black Hen

by Ryan Kurr


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Leo has cut a deal with the duplicitous Merlot to learn the presumably impossible art of bringing someone back from the dead in exchange for his blood. Ollie and Avery discover where the answer to restoring spiritual balance lies, while Mitch abandons the coven and returns home, only to find that he can't outrun his past. As the hour to complete the Union of Divine Dualities draws near, Merlot tries to synthesize a substance that will widen her powers beyond witchcraft, to ensure a global monopoly through one of humankind's most dangerous tools-politics. And as part of her plan, she aims to destroy witches around the world. Against her counsel, Leo attempts to summon an unpredictable spirit to aid in his quest, but the spirit can drain a witch of their power, and he accidentally sets it free.

With the future of both humans and witches now at stake, the coven must use all they've learned to survive. Meanwhile the one who is pure of heart is charged with conjuring the mystifying black hen-the key to finding the rafkolite and reaching their prophesied goal. What was haunted becomes strength, what was old becomes new, and a world comes full circle.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781734724578
Publisher: Ryan Kurr
Publication date: 09/06/2022
Series: Esoteric Alchemy , #3
Pages: 308
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Ryan Kurr is an author, pastry chef, massage therapist, and mystic practitioner. The Black Hen is the third and final novel in the Esoteric Alchemy series. The first two in the series, Sage, Smoke & Fire, and Powdered Oak & Seven Metals, were both bestsellers in the LGBT Fantasy genre on Amazon. His debut memoir, Sugar Burn: The Not So Hot Side of the Sweet Kitchen, was released in 2015. His freelance work on spiritual and metaphysical witchcraft has been published by Witches Magazine. He currently lives in New Orleans.
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