The Sara Chronicles 2
What happens when magical powers can’t be turned off? A year after restoring the balance of good and evil to the magical Land of the Keepers, young Sara, James, and Thomas are laying low-living separately to protect them from the vanquished members of Garren that they helped defeat. But it’s not the only danger they face. Suddenly, the magical powers they possess begin to possess them. Sara’s the first to notice: her powers now include the ability to control weather. But as she begins to use them, the powers run amok, leaving a trail of freak snowstorms and record heat waves. Meanwhile, people around them are mysteriously disappearing-simply vanishing into thin air. Now, the three of them must reunite in the Land of the Keepers to learn to control their awesome powers and fix whatever is stealing people away. It is there they discover there is much more to their enemy, the hate-filled Garren, than they realized. The battle is just beginning; and before it is over, someone will have to pay a very high price to keep several worlds safe. Packed with adventure, this second entry in The Sara Chronicles is a fast-paced and savvy fantasy thriller that will keep you guessing right up until the shocking finale.
The Sara Chronicles 2
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