Wit'ch Star

Wit'ch Star

Book - 2002
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Baker & Taylor
The compelling conclusion to the fantasical series follows young wit'ch Elena as she confronts the Dark Lord of Gul'gotha and battles against him in the deepest depths of his evil stronghold, but if she defeats him, powerful magicks could be released, which would destroy the land and the people of Alasea.

Blackwell North Amer
The three deadly Weirgates are destroyed, but the threat of the Dark Lord remains. And so Elena and her companions have gone their separate ways to prepare for what is yet to come. Elena herself has journeyed to the beautiful city of A'loa Glen, there to recover her strength and spirit.
Enter Harlequin Quail.
Some might call him a fool, but the little man in the jester's suit claims to be a spy. And he comes fresh from the foul fortress of Blackhall itself, where the Dark Lord dwells. There he uncovered things that spell certain doom - for a final Weirgate remains, the most potent one of all. And with it, in just one moon's time, the Dark Lord will avenge his earlier defeat, destroying the heart of the land and ushering in a reign of evil without end. Only Elena, with the awesome magicks of the Blood Diary, has the power to stop him. Blackhall is all but impregnable. And according to Quail, the Weirgate is well hidden, in a place known only to the Dark Lord himself.
Thus begins a desperate quest like no other. Hunted by the Dark Lord's minions and threatened by clandestine betrayals, Elena and her brave companions reunite in the effort to locate the last Weirgate and destroy it. Along the way, many questions will be answered and illusions will be smashed. Brother will turn against brother, and the strongest bonds of magic and love will be tested to the breaking point...and beyond.

Baker
& Taylor

Yount wit'ch Elena confronts the Dark Lord of Gul'gotha and battles against him in the depths of his evil stronghold, but if she defeats him, powerful magicks could be released, which would destroy the land and the people of Alasea.

Publisher: New York : Del Rey, 2002
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780345442451
0345442458
Branch Call Number: SF Clemens, J 100.5 2002
Characteristics: xii, 526 pages : map ; 25 cm

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