From the talented author of Whimsy & Woe comes a series about Cora Bell, who is magical - but could she also be a Havoc?
When magic darkens ...
Cora Bell has discovered she is full of magic. But without her protection bracelet, she is struggling to hold onto all the powers she has gained, especially the dark magic she took from the warlock, Archibald Drake.
When Cora begins to have nightmares and visions, and unusual cracks appear on her skin, it is a race against time for Cora and her fairy friends to not only find a way to fix her magic, but also escape the hunters now chasing Cora, and search the magical world for her family.
Can Cora do it all before her magic takes control? Will she find her family? Or will she become . . . a Havoc?
Rebecca McRitchie would love to tell you that she was raised by wolves in the depths of a snow-laden forest until she stumbled upon and saved a village from the fiery peril of a disgruntled dragon. But, truthfully, she works as a children's editor and lives in Sydney. Whimsy and Woe and the sequel, Whimsy and Woe: The Final Act, are her first fiction titles.
Sharon O'Connor is a freelance illustrator who lives in Melbourne with her husband and triplet sons.
After graduating from RMIT Graphic Design, sharon has spent many years designing and illustrating in publishing, textiles and packaging with a particular love of character design. In her spare time she likes to paint, bake, hang out with animals and take lots of photos.
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