Sea Glass

Sea Glass

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"New York Times" bestselling author Maria V. Snyder brings readers into a world of molten magic, excitement and adventure. Student glass magician Opal Cowan's newfound ability to steal a magician's powers makes her too powerful. Ordered to house arrest, Opal dares defy her imprisonment, travelling to the Moon Clan's lands in search of Ulrick, the man she thinks she loves. Thinks because she is sure another man - now her prisoner - has switched souls with Ulrick. In hostile territory, without proof or allies, Opal isn't sure whom to trust. She can't forget Kade, the handsome Stormdancer who doesn't want to let her get close. And now everyone is after Opal's special powers for their own deadly gain.

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  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • 108 x 174 x 30mm | 240.4g
  • Mira Books
  • Don MillsCanada
  • English
  • Illustrations, map
  • 0778303365
  • 9780778303367
  • 14,201

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"...a compelling new fantasy series." - Rhianna Pratchett, SFX Magazine"

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About Maria V. Snyder

Maria V. Snyder has been writing since 1995 and has published numerous articles in magazines and newspapers. She lives with her family in Pennsylvania.

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Opal has a full agenda in the second book of the Glass Trilogy. She has to sort out her special magical talent issues, relationships, love triangle with a twist, career, studies and there is the little matter of her being under house arrest. Life is pretty complicated for Opal. The adventure really begins when Opal travels to the Moon Clan's lands to help them with a glass making problem. During her travels Opal searches for the illusive Ulrick. Did I mention Ulrick has switched souls with Devlen. The only trouble is that Opal cannot convince the Council that there is a big problem. This book is an enthralling romantic adventure, not for the feint hearted or squeamish. Action scenes are well staged. It is wonderful to read the adventures of such a multi faceted well drawn female character. Bring on the next more
by Wilson Christine