Bringing Avalon Back
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Bringing Avalon Back

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Young Sage Uberchat didn't even know she was a magician until she heard herself swear she would bring Avalon back. She swore it to none other than Morgan of the Faeries. With the help of a magic deck of cards - which could be entered by uttering the sacred word - Sage is driven by a force much greater than herself to bring Avalon back. From the Scottish Highlands to the ce...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Virtualbookworm.com Publishing
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Susan
I really wanted to like this book. In the end, I could respect the underlying idea, but the story-telling execution was sloppy. There are no dates used in this book, so that made the timeline very murky. The back of the book sets the beginning of this book at 1000 AD, England. So, if I use that as a starting point, I still have lots of issues. Terms like ESP (yes, an actual acronym, set in 1000 AD), astral projection, force field, standard earth reality, & comprehensive global memory were us...more
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