sabato 17 febbraio 2018

Separated from Yourselves by Bill Hiatt

Series: Spell Weaver #6

Betrayed by a trusted ally and cut off from any magical assistance, Taliesin Weaver’s friends face their greatest challenge yet: can they defeat evil forces of unimaginable power without Tal to lead them? Some of them have been captured already. Others have been magically warped into enemies. The only hope of those who remain may be to join forces with Dark Me, Tal’s evil alter ego. Considering his track record, that’s not much of a choice—but if they don’t join him, they may be dooming Olympus, Annwn, and even Earth.

Nor is that their only dilemma. Tal’s friends find him—but so altered he can’t help them. In fact, he desperately needs their help. However, finding a way to save him may mean losing the time they need to save everyone else. They might be able to save both Tal and the world, but only if they trust a stranger with powerful magic—and a hidden agenda.

In a universe in which nothing is what it seems, will making a deal with the shadow assassins save Tal’s friends or damn them?

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As far back as he can remember, Bill Hiatt had a love for reading so intense that he eventually ended up owning over eight thousand books--not counting e-books! He has also loved to write for almost that long. As an English teacher, he had little time to write, though he always felt there were stories within him that longed to get out, and he did manage to publish a few books near the end of his teaching career. Now that he is retired from teaching, the stories are even more anxious to get out into the world, and they will not be denied!

Since fantasy has always been Bill's favorite genre, and since he spent thirty-six years in teaching, mostly at the high school level, it's not surprising that his first published work would be young adult fantasy, though he plans to explore other genres in the future, including science-fiction, horror, and nonfiction related to education

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