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Morgan Le Fay: Children of This World (Fata Morgana: Child Of The Moon Book 2)

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Brothers Ambrosius and Uther Pendragon have landed in Belerion with an army raised to fight High King Vortigern. Supporters of the High King gather at Tintagel, seat of Morgan's father the Duke of Belerion, as they prepare for battle. Ominous clouds of war hang over the castle, treachery lurks in the shadows, and rumours abound that Ambrosius is being aided by a powerful d ...more
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Published November 19th 2017 by PublishNation
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Aug 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The second book in the Morgan Le Fay trilogy picks up immediately where the first ended with the arrival of High King Vortigern to young Morgan’s home. The presence of the king brings heightened tensions around the castle, as the children begin to experience more closely the damage of war. And all the while Morgan’s magical powers are growing, leading to more interest from the mythical god-like entities of the land, more suspicion from her friends and more danger from the Faerie realms, who were ...more
Valicity Garris
The second book in the Child of the Moon series picks up exactly where book one left off in both story and quality. The reality of war and its consequences weighs heavily on our young protagonists but there is a spark of light flickering through all the darkness they face. Morgan’s magical powers are growing faster, and she has made it her business to put them to good use.

One of the things I liked about this story was the inclusion of magic in this world and its ties into the war that rages aro
Cheryl Montgomery-Nolan
Jun 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
While I received an ARC of this book, I have made an independent decision to post this review. In this second book we find Morgans' world rapidly changing - and so is Morgan! She has more new adventures as she comes into her own power. I really loved this book!
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Jo-Anne Blanco was born in Brazil to an English mother and Spanish father. She has spent much of her life travelling around the world as a teacher. Her travels, together with her lifelong passion for reading, writing and storytelling, inspired her to embark upon her Fata Morgana YA epic fantasy series, about the life and adventures of Morgan le Fay. Mythology, fairy tales and Arthurian legend are ...more