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The Quadrants

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When sixteen-year-old Rohan Fraser realizes he's becoming unnaturally strong, he tries to hide what's happening to him. He's soon told of a magical underworld of people called the Quadrants-a world Rohan was born to but never knew. Believing Rohan to be the lost boy from the stories-one in possession of great power- the Quadrants have come for him. Is it mistaken identity, ...more
Paperback, 306 pages
Published August 31st 2017 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Veronica Strachan
Another emerging Aussie author with a fabulous future. McInnes throws us straight into the world of the Quadrants through portals and remote wilderness, cities and magical hideouts. Strange powers and lost boys. Coming of age, loyalty and betrayal. The plot races along through twists and turns as it follows Rohan Fraser on his adventures through a magical underworld.
McInnes has a smooth style that will satisfy YA and adult readers alike. Characters are well drawn and the world building unique.
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