Spellfall by Katherine Roberts

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In this gripping story of kidnapping and sorcery that spans two worlds, the captured Natalie discovers her own extraordinary powers. But is she strong enough to win back her own freedom? And is she capable of saving Earthaven, the enchanted realm beyond the Thrallstone Gateway, where giant soultrees weave a new kind of magic.
 

About Katherine Roberts

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Katherine Roberts (Carefree, AZ) has 20 years of experience in fitness training, yoga studies, and motivation. Her highly successful Yoga for Golfers program has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, including "Sports Illustrated, Golf, Golf Digest, and "Self. She has also appeared on ESPN, Fox Sports, ABC, and CBS. Her new weekly show, "Yoga for Golfers," airs on the Golf Channel.
 
Published January 9, 2014 by The Chicken House.. 266 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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With the help of several new allies, including her punk stepbrother and a telepathic white wolf with a Scots accent, Natalie battles the evil mage in a series of ineptly staged confrontations (an army of hundreds that is so close that Natalie can see a “glint of triumph” in the eyes of its rear r...

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Nathalie, who lives in an "eco-friendly" suburban development, is kidnapped by an evil wizard who hopes to use her to poison a spell-producing organism. The novel "creatively blends a

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While Roberts (Song Quest) creatively blends aspects of modern society with traditional elements of fantasy, the novel is ultimately weighed down with explanations of the inner workings of Earthaven, an imaginary parallel world.

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Nathalie, who lives in an "eco-friendly" suburban development, is kidnapped by an evil wizard who hopes to use her to poison a spell-producing organism. The novel "creatively blends a

Apr 07 2003 | Read Full Review of Spellfall

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