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What Became of Magic

Paige Crutcher



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30 January 2024
From Paige Crutcher, the author of The Orphan Witch and The Lost Witch, comes a new tale about a witch, a book of magic, and a beguiling and powerful creature whom she must free, even if it puts her life and soul at stake.

Aline Weir, a witch who can talk to ghosts, has kept her talents hidden ever since a disastrous middle school slumber party, choosing to be invisible and use her powers in secret to help lost souls reunite with the keys to send them home. All the while, she finds solace in a bookstore and the three mysterious women who run it. until Aline discovers the book of Mischief, and her powers are enhanced.

Living a solitary life until the age of thirty, Aline's life takes an unexpected turn when the wrong (or perhaps right) person witnesses her using her powers and she is invited to a town that doesn't exist on any map. Arriving in Matchstick, Aline learns of a lost magic that desperately needs to be found and only her unique powers can do it. But what she's not told is that Magic is a person. One that is dangerous and seductive and has been waiting for a witch with a power like hers for centuries.

Imprint:   Griffin
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 208mm,  Width: 136mm,  Spine: 28mm
Weight:   274g
ISBN:   9781250905529
ISBN 10:   1250905524
Pages:   320
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

PAIGE CRUTCHER is the author of The Orphan Witch and The Lost Witch. She is a former journalist, and her work appears in multiple anthologies and online publications. She is an artist and yogi, and when not writing, she prefers to spend her time trekking through the forest with her children, hunting for portals to new worlds.

Reviews for What Became of Magic

Fans of fantasy and relationship fiction blends a la Sarah Addison Allen or Nora Roberts may enjoy this one. - Booklist Offers plenty to love. - Publishers Weekly Impressive. - Publishers Weekly Mystical, magical and wildly original. --JT Ellison, New York Times bestselling author on The Orphan Witch The novel's intricate Western European-inspired worldbuilding and layered character make it a fit for fans of Alice Hoffman and Deborah Harkness. - Library Journal Enthralling and lyrical, The Orphan Witch weaves a story of a haunting curse and a homecoming that is so well deserved. I love this book! -J.R. Ward, #1 New York Times bestselling author

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