Wit'ch Fire

Wit'ch Fire

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Long ago the Mages of Alasea, beset by a dark and implacable evil, made a last desperate stand to preserve some remnant of their once-beautiful land. Knowing their own destruction to be inevitable, the Mages gathered the last of their magic and stored it away against the need and peril of a distant time. In doing so the Mages gave the people of Alasea a future and a hope -- and damned themselves forever ...Now, five centuries after their destruction, a young girl, Elena, inherits the powers that the Mages had so carefully hidden from their enemy. But though the Mages are long dead their ancient foe is not -- and when the Dark Lord learns of Elena's power he turns all of his terrible strength against her. Desperate and alone, fleeing from disaster, escaping into darkness, Elena seeks out the allies and knowledge that can help her to master her bitter gifts and cast down the evil that shattered the land of Alasea ...Find out more about this and other Orbit titles at www.orbitbooks.co.ukshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 512 pages
  • 108 x 172 x 34mm | 258.55g
  • Little, Brown Book Group
  • Orbit
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1841491500
  • 9781841491509
  • 355,034

Review quote

'With every new book....Clemens' storytelling expertise becomes more compelling' T. Brooks '(the book) grabs at your heart & tears a little hole, then another & another--a brutal & beautiful ride. I can't put the book down!' R A Salvatore 'I loved every page of this book. Clemens has constructed a world of magic that's never been seen before, with a cast of beings who are so engaging & entrancing that you never want the story to end' John Saul 'The action is lively and a-plenty' SFX 'Clemens holds you gripped with these stories, each thrilling in their own right, and becoming more so as the strands come together. WIT'CH STORM is a romp, but the pace of the tale itself never lets up for more than an instant, just giving you enough time to catch your breathe before it drags you onwards. Masterful and compelling.' STARBURSTshow more

About James Clemens

James Clemens was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1961. He now has a veterinary practice in Sacramento, California, where he shares his home with two Dalmations, a stray Shepherd and a love-sick parrot named Igor. Wit'ch Fire is his first novel.show more