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Product description

An enthralling mix of magic and horror – first of a new series from fantasy legend Robin Jarvis. Something is brewing in the town of Whitby. To best friends Lil and Verne, it just seems like a particularly bad storm. But Cherry Cerise, the last of the Whitby witches, fears that ancient forces are at work, reviving the curse of a long lost magical artifact. The legend goes that the Nimius was created by magician Melchior Pyke, with the assistance of a young witch known as Scaur Annie. But they were both betrayed by Pyke’s villainous manservant, Mister Dark, causing a feud that has survived even beyond death. As Mister Dark, with his horrific winged familiar, arises to mastermind Whitby’s very own apocalypse and take the Nimius for his own evil purposes, can Lil and Verne join with Cherry to quell his plans and save their home?

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781405280235

Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd

Date published

June 2nd, 2016

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.5; Middle years plus; 8.0 points

Other details
  • 288 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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