When the Beast Ravens

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Tom Doherty Associates, Dec 27, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 288 pages
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The thrilling conclusion to the award-winning fantasy trilogy that began with A School for Sorcery...
As Gray Becq is about to discover, there are fates worse than death. It has been a full year since his escape from the Dire Realm. A year since a fellow student--having used his powers of sorcery to league himself with dark forces--betrayed him. Locked him away in a world beyond time, a world of unspeakable evil and unbearable tortures. Had it not been for Tria Tesserell and her extraordinary powers, he surely would have died. Now he almost wishes he had.
For no sooner has Becq adjusted himself to the familiar surroundings of The Lesley Simonton School for the Magically Gifted than a series of horrible accidents occur. Suspicion falls on Gray. Could he have brought a demon back with him from the Dire Realm? To find the truth, Gray will have to confront the most powerful demon he has ever faced: the demon that lies within.



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Contents

Title Page Copyright Notice 1 THE RETURN
2MEMORIES
PROBLEMS
THE MARK OF THE BEAST
DISCUSSIONS
6MEETINGS
NIGHT OF BLOOD
MORNINGAFTER BLUES
TEA PARTY
BARRIERS AND BLOCKADES
TIMEOUT
OUT OF TIME
IN THE PRESENCE OF THE ENEMY
POWER PLAYS
TEMPTATION
21ESCAPE

TÊTEÀTÊTES 10 CONSORTING WITH THE ENEMY
11LOST
CRIME AND CONFUSION
PANDEMONIUM
THE DEAD SPEAK THE LOST ARE FOUND
A GATHERING A SCATTERING
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E. Rose Sabin is a former teacher at the middle school and junior college level. She has had many of her short stories published in small circulation magazines such as Nuclear Fiction, Fresh Ink and Figment. A School for Sorcery, winner of the Andre Norton Gryphon Award, was her first published novel.

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