The Wizard's Spell

Author: Cynthia Eden

Publisher: ImaJinn Books


Category: Fiction

Page: 211

View: 426

" . . . deliciously crafted." --Coffee Time Romance There's more to his magic than his bedroom eyes. And more to her magic than she ever wanted to learn. Sara Myers' ordinary life turns upside when a gorgeous burglar in her bedroom turns out to be Torian Le Fury, a wizard who tells her she has hidden talents--she's a witch with enough magical power to destroy--or save--the world. She's also his intended mate. Sara isn't particularly interested in saving the world. She'd prefer it if Torian just took his gorgeous self and disappeared from her life, permanently. But when evil creatures known as Dark Ones come after her, she realizes that she's going to need his help to survive. And as she spends more time with Torian, her feelings for the mysterious wizard grow. But Torian is hiding secrets from Sara. Deadly secrets. Amidst a realm of dragons, sorcery, and illusion, Torian's mysteries threaten her growing feelings for him. Is love just another spell?

Dorrie and the Wizard's Spell

Author: Patricia Coombs

Publisher: Dorrie the Little Witch


Category: Children's stories

Page: 48

View: 414

This is Dorrie. She is a witch. A little witch. Her hat is always crooked and her socks never match. The Big Witch is her mother, and Gink is her very own black cat. Everybody who loves The Worst Witch will love Dorrie the Little Witch. Dorrie is busy helping out at the Library Bazaar. But she's so busy that she doesn't even notice when her mother, the Big Witch, accidentally drinks Wizard Wink's magic potion and disappears! Will Dorrie solve the mystery and break the spell? Have you collected all of Dorrie's adventures? Dorrie and the Blue Witch. Dorrie and the Wizard's Spell Dorrie and the Dreamyard Monsters Dorrie and the Play Dorrie and the Screebit Ghost Dorrie and the Haunted House Dorrie has been delighting readers since 1962 and now in these new editions she is set to captivate a new generation of fans. Perfect for children aged 6+. Patricia Coombs was born in 1926 in Los Angeles. She attained a BA and MA in English Literature at the University of Washington. Her first children's story, Dorrie's Magic, was published in 1962. It was inspired by and written for her two daughters, as were the following 28 books in the Dorrie the Little Witch series.

Wizards & Spells (Dungeons & Dragons)

A Young Adventurer's Guide

Author: Jim Zub

Publisher: Ten Speed Press


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

View: 412

An immersive illustrated primer to the enchanted beings, magic users, and spells of Dungeons & Dragons, the leading fantasy role-playing game. This illustrated guide transports new players to the magical world of Dungeons & Dragons and presents a one-of-a-kind course on the wizards, sorcerers, and other magic-makers for which the game is known. Featuring easy-to-follow and entertaining explanations of how spells are created and used in the game, along with original illustrations of the game's essential magical characters, this book shines a spotlight on the mystical side of D&D. The perfect jumping-on point for young fans of fantasy looking to give D&D a try, Wizards and Spells also features prompts to encourage creative problem-solving skills in the dangerous situations that may be encountered in a Dungeons & Dragons adventure.

George Watson and the Pearl Wizard's Spell

Author: Philip Austin Bond




Page: 246

View: 371

'Suddenly the figure whipped out a smooth black ebony wand and from its end shot a blue streak of lightning. It hit the professor with tremendous power and instantly shrank his entire body to a centre point where a large pearl instantly formed about the size of a golf ball. At the same time, without a body to keep them up, his clothes dropped to the ground in a pile, soaked through with salty water. The beautiful pearl then dropped and landed right on top of the pile of clothes as a small puddle of salty water started to form under them. The dark hooded figure then raised its small hand slightly and the pearl flew across the room straight into it. With no time to spare it then spun round and in a blur, flew straight back down the spiral staircase.'That was how Professor Spindlecast was murdered, and it's the start of an unforgettable murder-mystery adventure for two very ordinary nine-year-old boys, George Watson and Peter Trout. Two boys who, when accompanying George's grandfather to the funeral of Professor Spindlecast, held in school's Crematorium, suddenly find themselves in a world of spells, potions, magic and mystical creatures at Willow Weeds School of Witchcraft and Sorcery.To quote Penelope Barrington: "Some of the best witches and wizards in the world have graduated from Willow Weeds!"

Wizards Spell Magic in the Legends of Mere Leander

Author: G. M. Rowntree

Publisher: G M Rowntree



Page: 291

View: 955

When four children stumble upon the magic of the lost dark obsidian gemstone in the grounds of an old haunted castle their adventure has only just begun. To their amazement the magical gemstone mysteriously gifts them with extraordinary supernatural & magical powers. Upon opening the vortex of the magical dark obsidian gemstone on midnight of Halloween into the magical realm of Mere Leander, the children befriend forgetful wizards Meldrick and Albright, dragons, unicorns, elves and all manner of supernatural creatures. With the help of the wizards ancient magical manuscript 'The Legends of Mere Leander' they search for the last remaining magical entities before the dark wizard Delverasteon and his phantom familiar, the changeling Seith discover them and use their magic to destroy the enchanted magical realm of Mere Leander and beyond...

Wizards Spell Magic in the Legends of Mere Leander - US Trade Size

Author: G. M. Rowntree




Page: 291

View: 541

Magical New Childrens Novel 'Wizards Spell Magic In The Legends Of Mere Leander' An exciting magical adventure story that children can't put down. When four children find the magical dark gemstone in the grounds of an old haunted castle they suddenly develope magical supernatural powers, and their adventures are only just beginning. Stepping through the magical vortex of the dark gemstone into the enchanted realm of Mere Leander on midnight of Halloween the children befriend forgetful wizards, changeling dragons, unicorns, ghosts and elves helping them find the lost magical spell books, the Legends of Mere Leander. Discover wizards duels, dragon jousting, flee the dark phantom and his dragons in search of the last magical entities. Dare you discover if the children can save the dragon lords from their curse and find the last magical entities before the dark wizard Delverasteon, saving enchanted Mere Leander in time ?

The Wizard's Book of Spells

Author: Beatrice Phillpotts

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 96

View: 394

Published in time for the release of The Return Of The King, the last of the Lord of the Rings trilogy! Filled with captivating illustrations by award-winner Robert Ingpen, this beautifully bound guide makes a fabulous gift for all fans of the fantastic. The secrets of the ancient sorcerers, the practices of the medieval alchemists, and the rituals of modern magicians are found between the special padded covers of this beautifully produced book. Inside, readers discover how lucky talismans work and which tools to use for successful spell casting. The most remarkable wizards who walked the earth, from the evil sorceress Circe to the legendary Merlin, are all captured in a superb text by Beatrice Phillpotts, the author of Faery Paintings, Mermaids, and The Faery Companion.

The Wizard's Spell

Author: Elizabeth Brown

Publisher: CreateSpace



Page: 182

View: 125

A fantasy novel by teenage author Elizabeth Brown, sequel to The Wizard's Daughter.

The Wizard's Book of Spells

Author: Beatrice Philpotts

Publisher: Raincoast Books


Category: Incantations

Page: 95

View: 954

This is a timely companion to the books and films of magic and sorcery that are capturing everybody's imagination. It tells the story of magic and its famous practitioners, both historical and fictional, from Merlin and Dr Dee to Gandalf and Professor Dumbledore.

The Wizard's Handbook

Author: Caroline Tiger

Publisher: Puffin


Category: Magic

Page: 87

View: 461

A spoof field guide, which informs all aspiring wizards about wizardry and magic. The handbook includes wizard history, magic spells, illusions, photographs and a personal ID card. Fun quizzes and helpful diagrams should enable anyone to become a fully fledged wizard.

A Woozy the Wizard

Author: Elli Woollard



Category: Children's poetry

Page: 64

View: 970

The first in a charming series of books with rhyming text about a loveable wizard whose spells go wrong...

A Wizard's Spell

The Dragon Roost Bed and Breakfast Series

Author: Betsy J. Bennett





View: 638

Wizards' Spell Book

(Limited Edition)

Author: Wizard Writer




Page: 32

View: 332

DISCLAIMER: The results of spell work are never guaranteed. Each and every individual has a uniquely different life situation and therefore different physical, mental, emotional and spiritual blockages present. These external factors have a direct effect on any spiritual work. My work has a very high success rate as can be seen from hundreds of client testimonials but it is important that before booking you are aware that your desired result is not promised. The manifestation of your desired result also depends on your own beliefs. If you are sceptical or have doubts then this creates a blockage in itself as does impatience. There is no specific time frame in which a spell manifests. Any spellcaster who claims you will see results after a specific length of time is being dishonest with you as there is no way of knowing for sure. Please be patient and give spells time to work. It could be two hours, two days, two weeks or two months but that isn't up to you

Hagar the Wizard

Author: Robert Hartwright

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 26

View: 147

A kingdom and its king lays trapped under the power of an evil wizard named Hagar. Although suffering under the wizard's spell upon him, King Tabin refuses to let the wizard intimidate him or his people. Hagar prepares to take over the kingdom completely until an unexpected traveler confronts the wizard.