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Obscure - Mosaic Chronicles #7 - cover

Obscure - Mosaic Chronicles #7

Andrea Pearson

Publisher: Andrea Pearson

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Summary

Nicole must confront a dangerous and vile enemy. An enemy she encountered over a year ago. An enemy still haunting her dreams. 
With the first of four talismans safely in Nicole's control, she and her friends begin their search for the next three. But several things get in their way—an evil device that prevents the usage of magic, vampire birds that render their victims immobile, and Keitus's constant planning and scheming. 
On top of the traps and obstacles they must get through, Nicole, Austin, and Lizzie find themselves lacking in the magic department. They must strengthen their powers—otherwise, they'll lose traction on the things they've already gained. 
Will Nicole and her team be ready for the epic showdown with old enemies? Or will they lose the talismans to an evil race they haven't faced in over a year? Find out for yourself by downloading Obscure today!

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