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Emily Hunts had no idea the Devil was hunting her when she first met the dark figure in the enchanted garden. He seemed friendly enough. Besides, she was eleven. Now that she’s grown, and nothing’s happened to her, she sees no reason to be alarmed. No vampires or demons have ever come for her. All she’s ever seen are spirits and shadows, fairies and dead witches, and the occasional unicorn or leprechaun. Nothing too frightening, yet… Still, her adopted mother and everyone she knows seem to think she should be hidden away behind protective enchantments forever. Even her childhood friend, who's just returned from the tracker academy, won’t let her out of his sight. Then something happens that changes her mind. “…fairies, vampires, witches, wizards and demons…mermaids, The Seer has it all…in a story line that continuously unfolds to something new.” – Amy Raines, Readers Favorite “…mythical beings, spirits and shadows, creatures…legends and fears. Secrets, fear, truth, revelation, and magic weave an enchantment over the reader to keep them turning page after page…” – J.J. Simmill, Readers Favorite “…tense, almost frightening atmosphere… It is magnificent. The Harry Potter -esque air of magic is somewhat tempered by traditional Wiccan elements such as goddess worship and…Samhain…a tense YA Urban Fantasy…” – Caitlin Lyle Farley, Readers Favorite “…it reminded me of The Phantom of the Opera…an epic magical adventure into darkness…I’d highly recommend The Seer to dark fantasy fans everywhere.” -K.C. Finn, Readers Favorite “Loved The Seer can't wait to read book two.” - S. Neal “Fascinating and interesting...evocative piece of fiction.” - P. Bunke, Editor “Loved it...could not put it down.” – D “I loved this book! … all the way to the end, riveted my attention. I didn’t want to put the book down.” -J. Russell “…your story is amazing.” -L.W. “Oh my gosh! I love this story so much.” - L.B.

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