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Topaz and the Evil Wizard (Revised Edition)

Topaz and the Evil Wizard (Revised Edition)
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Topaz is a Yellow Conjure Cat and the last living cat of his kind. Like all conjure cats before him, Topaz was born with a unique magical power, However, the use of this power and how to control it must be taught. Since his breed died out when he was just a youngster, Topaz never learned how to manage his conjure power completely. This becomes a serious problem later in his life. The day finally comes when he has no choice but to teach himself how to master this great ability. But, he soon finds out that learning through trial and error is risky when faced with a powerful wizard who wants to destroy him and take over the Kingdom his ancestors have always protected. 

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Pages: 184
Reading Level: Advanced (9 to 13)
Language: English
ISBN: 10:1519134355
Categories: Action Adventure, Animals & Creatures, Fantasy
Features: Illustrations, Chapters
Keywords: owl, raccoon, kingdom, fairies, elves, gnomes, castle, fortress
Date Added: January 27, 2018
Topaz and the Evil Wizard Chapter One The young Fairy called Orange Blossom stood in her open doorway and stared out into the forest. The sun had already set, and the sky had begun to darken. She released a heavy sigh and whispered aloud. "Where's Thistle? He should have come home by now." Thistle was always home before dusk. He would never leave her alone at night to worry about him. He'd certainly never do this with their mum and dad out of town. Besides, Thistle loved to eat. It wasn't like him to miss a meal, most of all his supper. From somewhere in a more distant part of the forest she heard an owl hoot. Orange Blossom sighed again and felt the gloom of night begin to wrap itself around her. All at once a cold blustering wind swept through the forest. It rattled the branches of the trees near her family's small stone cottage. An icy chill ran through her Orange Blossom hugged her arms and watched the evening shadows change shape in front of her. They spread across the ground bringing eerie images that made her feel lonely and afraid. She turned and stepped inside, closing the door behind her much harder than shed intended. A rush of tears blurred her vision. "Where are you, Thistle?" She moaned. "It's almost dark. Please, Brother, come home." Orange Blossom went to the fireplace and stuck a long reed into the fire. She caught a flame to light another candle. This one she placed in the front window, a beacon of light for Thistle to find his way home in the darkness. There was only one explanation to account for her brother's curious behavior. Something terrible must have happened to him. He could be hurt and lying somewhere in the forest halfdead and unable to get help. Or maybe he'd drowned while swimming alone in the lake that sat in the middle of the meadow. All sorts of dreadful thoughts came to mind.