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A Perilous Power

A Perilous Power

A School for Sorcery (Volume 2)

E. Rose Sabin

Tor Books




Trevor Blake has always known he possessed magical gifts. For instance, he can conjure objects at a distance. But since he was young, he has suppressed his magic lest it draw hostility from the skeptical and ungifted and intolerant. In the small farming community where Trevor lives with his family, the practice of magic is forbidden-sometimes from fear...or jealousy.
Most of the gifted, known as Adepts, practice their arts far away in the big cities.
In fact, it is in the bustling coastal city of Port-of-Lords that Trevor has heard of a group of the gifted that have banded together in a secret underground community of adepts. Practicing their art among their own and under the cloak of secrecy, they are able to perfect and master their chosen gifts, perhaps reaching levels of art they could never have imagined.
Buoyed with letters of introduction from influential relatives, Trevor boldly makes his way to Port-of-Lords, intent on joining the Community. Happily his best friend, Les Simonton, has agreed to join him on the journey. But no sooner have the boys arrived than the trouble begins. The kind of trouble that Trevor -even with his formidable magic-may be powerless to prevent.

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Trevor Blake leaned against the kitchen wall, watching his mother slice beef and fit it into rolls hot from the oven. The yeasty aroma of the fresh-baked rolls,...


Praise for A Perilous Power

"This dramatic story, the prequel to Sabin's A School for Sorcery (2002), with its young magician will inevitably invite comparisons to J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. And like Rowling's titles, this wholly satisfying fantasy features memorable characters, compelling story lines, and plenty of climactic scenes." - Booklist

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About the author

E. Rose Sabin

E. Rose Sabin is a former teacher who now devotes her time to writing fantasy and science fiction. Her stories have won many awards and A School for Sorcery-her first novel-won the Andre Norton Gryphon award.

She lives in Pinellas County, Florida, with her two dogs, B'Elana and Dax.

E. Rose Sabin

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