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Clarise and the Night Show - Town Magician - cover

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Clarise and the Night Show - Town Magician

S.A. Schneider

Publisher: Mind Architecture, Inc

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Summary

How did Samual meet Clarise? 
Samual has been a misfit amongst the other kids. Yet Clarise, who is not only popular but can channel magic, talks to him in the market. When she asks if he would like to sneak out to see a night show, Samual is unsure what to do? 
This heartwarming short story is a fantastic introduction to the Town Magician world. Find out how Samual and Clarise meet and join in their first adventure.

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