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“The Worldweavers books have the deft touch of a true classic.”
“These stories are ... thoughtful explorations of the range of fantasy.”
This year at the Wandless Academy feels all wrong to Thea—in all ways, magical and otherwise—and that's before she discovers she’s an elemental mage, a category of magician so rare that only four others are known to exist. Now the Federal Bureau of Magic needs Thea’s help to unlock a mysterious white cube, which the dangerous Alphiri are also desperately seeking. To stay ahead of the Alphiri and the wiles of the FBM, Thea needs all her friends, including a new one: the cube's late maker, the only quad-Elemental mage in human history—a man they called the New Wizard of the West.
Book 2: Spellspam
What do you get when ordinary e-mail spam becomes infused with magic? Spellspam—and it’s not supposed to exist. As far as Thea Winthrop and her friends know, computers are completely magically inert, making them ideal vehicles for storing magic spells, not casting them. But all that seems to have changed as students at Wandless Academy find themselves the victim of practical jokes—with magical consequences—simply by opening an e-mail.
As the spellspams continue to vex, it becomes clear that their sender has a malevolent agenda. Someone besides Thea can do computer magic, and even her friends can’t help her track down the source of the spellspam before it gets much, much worse. Read an excerpt or order now.
Book 1: Gift of the Unmage
“When there is a battle to be fought, it is you who can choose the place of the battlefield.” Thus says Cheveyo: mage, teacher, and the first person in Thea’s life to remain unimpressed by her lineage. From birth, great things were expected of Thea, but her magical abilities are, at most, minimal. Now, with Cheveyo, Thea has begun to weave herself a new magical identity, infused with elements of the original worlds.
Back in her everyday life, she attends the Wandless Academy, the one school on Earth for those who, like her, can’t do magic. It is at the Academy that Thea realizes she will indeed have to fight, since her enemies are hungrier and more dangerous than she thought. Fortunately, her greatest strength may be the very powerlessness she has resisted for so long… Read an excerpt or order now.
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A Reader's Guide for the Worldweavers series is available. (Adobe PDF)