By Juliet Blackwell
Lily Ivory isn't really your common witch. She runs a classic clothes shop known as Aunt Cora's Closet and has the paranormal skill to experience vibrations of the previous from garments and jewellery. while scholars are spooked on the San Francisco institution for the humanities, Lily is named in to look for paranormal job. She unearths a useless physique - and a closet filled with outdated outfits with a few very undesirable vibes.
Read or Download A Cast-Off Coven (Witchcraft Mystery, Book 2) PDF
Best supernatural books
Step in the course of the door to misplaced Pages and break out a existence you by no means sought after. On her 10th birthday, Aydee runs clear of domestic and from her neglectful mom and dad. at the start, surviving on my own at the streets is harsh, yet a sequence of scary, bewildering encounters with unusual primordial creatures leads her to a book place known as misplaced Pages, the place she steps right into a extraordinary, occasionally risky, yet fascinating existence.
After his wife's surprising demise, Nick shut has determined to go away London and go back to Australia, hoping that distance will carry oblivion. yet Tallong, his run-down formative years domestic, doesn't carry a lot convenience both: Thirty years in the past, he and his ally Tristram have been lured into the woods on the fringe of city.
The 3rd e-book in Sergei Lukyanenko's darkish and exciting evening Watch series—a visionary mixture of city myth and riveting mystery, set in modern Moscow
Night Watch and Day Watch printed the "Others," an historical race of supernatural beings—magicians, shape-shifters, vampires, and healers—who stay between us and swear allegiance to both the darkish or the sunshine. For a millennium, those competitors have coexisted in an uneasy truce, guarding one another and tottering close to war.
In Twilight Watch, the Others face their maximum chance but. An historic publication of spells with the ability to show traditional people into Others has fallen into the incorrect arms, threatening to break the precarious stability among the forces of Darkness and lightweight. Now the evening Watch and the Day Watch needs to cooperate to forestall the perpetrator. Anton, the hero from evening Watch, is again, but if the renegade different seems to be in the direction of domestic than he anticipated, the race to avoid worldwide battle turns into extra pressing than ever. And as Anton will get towards researching the genuine nature of the Others, he starts to question how a lot of a distinction there actually is among the darkish and the Light.
A snowfall brings a urban to a standstill-and ushers in an evil that defies mind's eye.
- Picture Yourself Ghost Hunting
- Shepherd's Cross: A supernatural thriller
- OUT-OF-BODY ADVENTURES: 30 Days to the Most Exciting Experience of Your Life
- Doom with a View
Extra info for A Cast-Off Coven (Witchcraft Mystery, Book 2)
Nobody here,” said Isaac. “Everyone’s run off. ” He treated the question as perfectly natural. “The rooms are all empty,” he said. “But there’s pickled tomatoes and preserved peaches in the pantry. And a feather bed upstairs. ” We did not light a fire or candles that evening for fear of attracting a passing patrol or more deserters. We gorged ourselves on the tomatoes and sweet jarred fruit by moonlight. Food eased my anxious mind only so much. I remained nervous. There were no clues for where the owners had gone, why they had left their house in such apparent haste.
We creaked through the gate and up a rutted drive. The whiteT CHRISTOPHER BRAM / 48 wash of the house was badly faded, the front lawn reduced to a ragged vegetable garden. A hayfield out back looked half chewed where someone had attempted to harvest it. A door flew open in the kitchen wing of the house. Out ran a stout, gray-haired white woman in a great skirt of plain cloth. “It is Isaac! Our Isaac! ” She was followed by a wide-eyed young woman in similar dress and a solemn man in whiskers, shirtsleeves, and a black clerical shirtfront.
But it seemed less like a battle out there than a village street on the Fourth of July, all racket and confusion and nose-stinging drifts of burnt powder. The gunshots grew ragged, stopped, then started up again, like children were setting off a fresh string of firecrackers. There were voices, cries—“Good-bye, boys, I am dead”—and someone began laughing, hysterically, as if over the high jinks of a clown at the circus. A stranger suddenly appeared in the clearing, a bearded horseman in a blue coat who wheeled around on a muscular, prancing steed, looking for someone to cut down with the saber in his hand.
A Cast-Off Coven (Witchcraft Mystery, Book 2) by Juliet Blackwell