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Anya and the Power Crystal - The Cupolian series #2 - cover

Anya and the Power Crystal - The Cupolian series #2

N. A. Cauldron

Publisher: Wiggling Pen Publishing

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Now that everyone knows Anya can perform magic, she's the number one enemy of the Queen of Cupola. But instead of being punished, she and her friends are being sent on a mission to find a lost treasure. Hmm... Well that's odd. Anya thinks so too. In an effort to learn just what exactly the Queen has in store for them, Anya and her friends discover something more deadly than they could have ever imagined. 
 
From lost colonies to fairies and even the fabled skinwalker, Anya, Taika, and Gevin find out what really lies outside the walls of Cupola. Will they survive?

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