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The Gordite Witch (The Gordite Witch #1)

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Librarian Note: Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN: B008NZ9UY6.

Sadie Mae Stevens is the teen superhero of this Young Adult Paranormal Fantasy Series

In her first episode, Sadie faces the death of her mother, abandonment by her father, learns about her supernatural abilities and what it all means to Earth and a place called Dylan.

But what does a one-eyed, talking mountain have
Kindle Edition, 2nd Edition, 312 pages
Published July 21st 2012 by Ironshield Marketing
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Aug 10, 2012 Sharon rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When Sadie was 5, her mother died. Her father didn't know what to think about his little girl. There were odd noises coming from her bedroom at night and there were unexplainable things about her that made him uneasy. When he became engaged, he shipped her off to Daufuske Island in S. Caroline and into the custody of a woman who could remove curses from children.

Sadie felt damaged and often turned to her own mountain Lendra, that had one eye. She knew she had to get it together and finally look
Oct 30, 2016 Susan rated it it was amazing
Sadie Mae lost her mother at a very early age. Her mother was killed by the Gordite witch. Her mother wasn't a human but a being from an underwater planet Dylan. Her father becomes frustrated and sends her away from home. Sadie has special blood that allows her to produce a vapor that turns into chains that will bind the pig walkers and the Tetradyne rulers. It also allows her to protect humans. Sadie discovers that she a magical forest with a violet eyed mountain named Lendra and a human/frog ...more
Apr 11, 2016 Koeur rated it liked it

Publisher: Ironshield

Publishing Date: July 2012


Genre: Fantasy

Rating: 3.3/5

Publishers Description: Earth’s survival lies in the hands of the Dylanians. A young Sadie Mae Stevens must weed through the mystery of her toxic blood and what it has to do with her mother’s death. Sadie recognizes she is different for a reason, no other girl she knew hunted and chained Pigwaller monsters.

Review: Cover doesn’t jibe with the storyline. Sadie has dar
Mar 09, 2013 Donna rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The legacy of Sadie Mae Stevens

Max W. Miller


When a young girl loses her mother at the young age of five, it is forever hard on her. But when the girl abandoned by her father for reasons the girl cant help, that is worse. Strange noises coming from the young girls room has finally broke her fathers nerves. Her father sends her away to a curse breaker. She finds witches and talking rocks along the way. Then she challenges a creature who she wants to win against.
Max W. Miller has out done herself
Oct 04, 2012 Mitchell rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This story has it all. The reader is intrigued early on, and the story progresses with the inevitable perfection of really good story-telling. A classic fairy tales while adding some ultra-modern twists. You won't want to put it down. The teenage heroine's bravery and fortitude in the face of challenges makes her an admirable role model for adolescent girls.
Apr 15, 2016 Neil rated it liked it
Shelves: netgalley, fantasy
I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.
I have to say this book is definitely for younger teens rather than youth or adults.
Saying that it was an easy read and flowed really well.
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I immensely enjoyed reading this book. Looking forward to the next one.
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Max W. Miller
enjoys creating stories about imaginary places and vivid characters that draw the reader into their world. From childhood, Max has enjoyed writing, and found the wonder of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Paranormal books to be great medicine.

In addition to her writing, Max enjoys family time with her husband, children, and friends. She is an advocate of tough love during adolescent rebe
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