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The Shadow Weave

Author: Annette Marie
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First she stole their magic, then she stole their spell weaver. Now they're coming for her. Clio possesses the ability to mimic magic, but that isn't much help against the Underworld's deadliest family. Together with Lyre, she must track down a catastrophic magic-a magic he created and she sort of stole-before his family gets their hands on it.


Merchant of Alyss Legends of the Realm Book 2

Author: Thomas Locke
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Life for Hyam is bittersweet. Admired by the citizens of Falmouth for his heroic rescue mission, he cherishes these peaceful days with Joelle by his side. Yet grief over the loss of his magical skills during the great Battle of Emporis threatens to engulf him. Sometimes he even wishes he had never known magic at all. When Hyam comes into possession of an ancient Milantian scroll, he is thrilled to feel the surge of power that courses through him whenever he touches it. But what he discerns in the text could mean war. He embarks upon another journey to determine its true meaning and forestall any attack. But as Hyam is seeking answers, he is unaware that the merchant of Alyss is seeking him . . .


Dead Reign

Author: Naomi Anderson
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Maeglin is about to lead Slandra, a talented bard, who's at the beck and call of the moon and Septimus, a psychic assassin, on the most horrific adventure of their lives. They're going to save the world, not for any noble reason of right or wrong, it's because they want the reward. A title and lands will give Septimus an open into the Royal court and put him next to the Princess Anita. For Slandra it means a stable life of luxury and pampering. This diverse trio are heading across the world to take on a Vampire Lord who is hell bent on turning the world into mindless vampire thralls. Travelling through the depths of the mountains where the evil Cimmerian reign. Across the north's blistering deserts beset by Sand Dragons and many more horrors. What Slandra and Septimus don't know is that Maeglin is a professional Vampire Hunter and that the Vampire Lord they're hunting down is her husband. Septimus and Slandras story takes you from their beginnings through seemingly endless encounters. As their group of friends grow so does their enemies until their lives bend to the ultimate end of their Gods Design. Their destiny starts here.


The School Librarian

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The Chronicle of Achren Thanatus

Author: Michael J Dennis
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When night took hold would he stand in awe at those bodies forever beyond his touch? The trunk was far wider than he was tall, black and shining, gnarled, at first glance it reminded him of an ancient yew with many trunks intertwined as one, like wide ropes, knots and boles, a parody of a tree with no leaves or needles but an array of small bones, none of its branches swayed in the breeze. It stood brooding, motionless like no other tree he had ever seen. Its trunk formed of faces screaming to be free, arms and legs entwined with bodies. locked together for eternity, its main branches composed of long bones fused as one, branching off into smaller versions of themselves a grotesque mockery of natural trees, ending in bud-like structures of knuckles, small bones and teeth looking much like fruit and flowers. Prydain stood eighty feet tall, it's all-encompassing branches appeared just as wide casting a bone-chilling shadow across the snow. Almund took a deep breath as he stepped back, slipping on a half-buried pile of bones that crunched beneath his boot. At first glance, Prydain looked as though conjured by some mad sorcerer, not grown from this good earth, but this was no trick, for all its deathly stillness he could feel its energy not formed by man but planted, its roots deep within the earth, abet many years ago in this rich soil for the veneration of Achren.


Spellbound

Author: Nora Roberts
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An exclusive Nora Roberts short story. Roguish and overworked, world-famous photographer Calin Farrell is struggling to shut out the strangely vivid dreams that beset his childhood. Then, on a visit to Ireland, a glimpse of the bewitchingly beautiful Bryna changes everything. When Bryna reveals that their destinies are bound by an ancient spell, Calin laughs it aside. But if Calin does not fight for her, Bryna will face a terrifying fate.


Weavers of the Southern Highlands

Author: Philis Alvic
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Weaving centers led the Appalachian Craft Revival at the beginning of the twentieth century. Soon after settlement workers came to the mountains to start schools, they expanded their focus by promoting weaving as a way for women to help their family's financial situation. Women wove thousands of guest towels, baby blankets, and place mats that found a ready market in the women's network of religious denominations, arts organizations, and civic clubs. In Weavers of the Southern Highlands, Philis Alvic details how the Fireside Industries of Berea College in Kentucky began with women weaving to supply their children's school expenses and later developed student labor programs, where hundreds of students covered their tuition by weaving. Arrowcraft, associated with Pi Beta Phi School at Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and the Penland Weavers and Potters, begun at the Appalachian School at Penland, North Carolina, followed the Berea model. Women wove at home with patterns and materials supplied by the center, returning their finished products to the coordinating organization to be marketed. Dozens of similar weaving centers dotted mountain ridges.


Gathering of Shadows

Author: Thomas K. Carpenter
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Every fall the city of Invictus bustles with new students, and the classrooms reek of spent faez. This year it's true of every hall except one—Arcanium. While Semyon Grey, the Patron of Arcanium, slowly heals from his soul being torn, no one in the Hall can practice their craft, leaving them defenseless against the Cabal and faez madness. The Silverthorne sisters must find a way to speed up the healing, or the Hundred Halls won't survive the year. But everything they try only makes things worse, until they're left with an impossible decision that may cost the sisters their lives.


The L M Montgomery Reader

Author: Benjamin Lefebvre
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The L.M. Montgomery Reader assembles significant rediscovered primary material on one of Canada’s most enduringly popular authors throughout her high-profile career and after her death. Each of its three volumes gathers pieces published all over the world to set the stage for a much-needed reassessment of Montgomery’s literary reputation. Much of the material is freshly unearthed from archives and digital collections and has never before been published in book form. The selections appearing in this first volume focus on Montgomery’s role as a public celebrity and author of the resoundingly successful Anne of Green Gables (1908). They give a strong impression of her as a writer and cultural critic as she discusses a range of topics with wit, wisdom, and humour, including the natural landscape of Prince Edward Island, her wide readership, anxieties about modernity, and the continued relevance of “old ideals.” These essays and interviews, joined by a number of additional pieces that discuss her work’s literary and cultural value in relation to an emerging canon of Canadian literature, make up nearly one hundred selections in all. Each volume is accompanied by an extensive introduction and detailed commentary by leading Montgomery scholar Benjamin Lefebvre that trace the interplay between the author and the critic, as well as between the private and the public Montgomery. This volume – and the Reader as a whole – adds tremendously to our understanding and appreciation of Montgomery’s legacy as a Canadian author and as a literary celebrity both during and beyond her lifetime.


Weaving It Together

Author: Milada Broukal
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Weaving It Together is a four-level series designed to comprehensively integrate reading and writing. It promotes individualized and cooperative learning within the moderate and large-sized classroom. -- Thematically-grouped readings on high-interest multicultural topics such as unusual customs, natural disasters, and food provide springboards for writing assignments. -- Carefully structured and well-sequenced writing models encourage students to move with confidence from guided to freer writing activities. -- Vocabulary exercises reinforce words presented in the readings. -- Peer editing and partner activities help students correct spelling, pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar. -- Brief units provide frequent closure.