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Going on 16, pudgy, awkward, and painfully shy, Winifred—sometimes Fred—Evers is hardly the stuff of teenage fantasy. Worse she has an uncanny knack for destruction, especially when she’s nervous. Then a talking cat walks into her life and changes it forever. His name is Oedipus and he’s sure Fred’s got something worth training in her. Some real magik. Oedipus and his owner Going on 16, pudgy, awkward, and painfully shy, Winifred—sometimes Fred—Evers is hardly the stuff of teenage fantasy. Worse she has an uncanny knack for destruction, especially when she’s nervous. Then a talking cat walks into her life and changes it forever. His name is Oedipus and he’s sure Fred’s got something worth training in her. Some real magik. Oedipus and his owner, a gruff Magus named Zoë, take Fred into their tutelage, showing her a fantastic supernatural reality that exists beside our own, unseen by most. From that same reality comes a thread of old darkness rising. Children are disappearing from our reality and the supernatural. There are some that believe they’ve been taken to create a dark army that will shake both realities. The name they all whisper is Rath. There is a talisman that will consolidate his power but no one knows what it is or where it is—until the watchful eye falls on Zoë. When she disappears, apartment in shreds, Fred and Oedipus assume she’s been kidnapped and that they’re likely next. Enlisting the help of her best and only friend, a tough talking amazon of a girl, Nina, and a slightly disreputable genie, they take off to find Zoë. Fred quickly finds herself overwhelmed. With little training she can no more control than she can remember spells. She’s left to find her own alternative and it will surprise even Fred with its power.


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Going on 16, pudgy, awkward, and painfully shy, Winifred—sometimes Fred—Evers is hardly the stuff of teenage fantasy. Worse she has an uncanny knack for destruction, especially when she’s nervous. Then a talking cat walks into her life and changes it forever. His name is Oedipus and he’s sure Fred’s got something worth training in her. Some real magik. Oedipus and his owner Going on 16, pudgy, awkward, and painfully shy, Winifred—sometimes Fred—Evers is hardly the stuff of teenage fantasy. Worse she has an uncanny knack for destruction, especially when she’s nervous. Then a talking cat walks into her life and changes it forever. His name is Oedipus and he’s sure Fred’s got something worth training in her. Some real magik. Oedipus and his owner, a gruff Magus named Zoë, take Fred into their tutelage, showing her a fantastic supernatural reality that exists beside our own, unseen by most. From that same reality comes a thread of old darkness rising. Children are disappearing from our reality and the supernatural. There are some that believe they’ve been taken to create a dark army that will shake both realities. The name they all whisper is Rath. There is a talisman that will consolidate his power but no one knows what it is or where it is—until the watchful eye falls on Zoë. When she disappears, apartment in shreds, Fred and Oedipus assume she’s been kidnapped and that they’re likely next. Enlisting the help of her best and only friend, a tough talking amazon of a girl, Nina, and a slightly disreputable genie, they take off to find Zoë. Fred quickly finds herself overwhelmed. With little training she can no more control than she can remember spells. She’s left to find her own alternative and it will surprise even Fred with its power.

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