Duncan, Son of Sagira by E. C. Holley
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"The story is incredibly imaginative and quirky..." "Inspired..." "Unabashedly goofy, the well-written, action-packed story doesn't end here; it's only the first of a three part series." "Cat and magic fans, unite!" -Kirkus Reviews Sagira's story begins in ancient Egypt, in the land of pyramids and pharaohs. Legend says that in an instant she could burst into flames, become invisible, move faster than the deadliest snake, and even bend minds to her will. They say she could see things before they happened... When she died, Sagira left behind a book of prophecies and five children. As their power grew, human worship turned to fear, and the Children of Sagira were hunted almost to extinction. To this day, they remain hidden, even from their own brothers and sisters. Born into a modern world of house cats, Duncan possesses the magic of Sagira but struggles to control his growing power. With the help of an unlikely companion, he embarks on a journey in search of answers. But as he finds his answers, Duncan begins to wonder whether the greatest danger to the ones he loves comes not from others, but from himself... (Duncan, Son of Sagira is the first book of the Children of Sagira trilogy. Book #2 will be published in 2013.)
 

About E. C. Holley

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The daughter of a librarian and a professor, E.C. Holley grew up surrounded by books. As time passed, her belief in the power of story-telling only grew stronger. Fascinated by the mysterious life of house cats, she drew inspiration from her much loved feline companions and began building a world of cats filled with ancient powers, purebred guards, and feral clans. Duncan, Son of Sagira is the first in a series of books dedicated to the mysterious Children of Sagira.E.C. Holley is an Assistant Professor of Management at Central Washington University, and she currently lives in Kirkland, Washington, with her computer programmer husband and her two (seriously unimpressed) cats.Duncan, Son of Sagira is illustrated by artist, Laura E. Penn, who currently lives in Akron, New York with her husband, two sons, two dogs, and a "Son of Sagira" who goes by the name of Chad.
 
Published May 27, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 280 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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He seems to have inherited the ancient magic of Sagira, a cat that possessed powers feared by both cats and humans.

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