Tara Duncan and the Forbidden Book (Tara Duncan Series) (Paperback)
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This is the exciting sequel to Tara Duncan and the Spellbinders! On the planet OtherWorld, Tara’s friend Cal is convicted of a crime he didn’t commit, and she and her friends are setting out to prove his innocence. Blue gnomes help Cal break out of prison, but at a terrible price: they infect Cal with a time-release poison, to force him to help liberate their people from an evil wizard. Tara and her friends must race to neutralize the poison, defeat the wizard, and travel to Demonic Limbo for evidence of Cal’s innocence.
Back on OtherWorld, the situation is grim. In desperation, Tara changes into a dragon and allies herself with her nemesis, Magister. Meanwhile, the Empress of Omois has discovered that Tara is her niece and heir. She insists that Tara come live on OtherWorld for good. If Tara refuses, it will mean war.
For fans of Harry Potter and other fantasy series, Tara and her band of misfit friends is sure to draw you into the action and to ask questions about the importance of friendship in a magical world.
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About the Author
HRH Princess Sophie Audouin-Mamikonian has been writing since the age of twelve. She holds a master’s in diplomacy and strategy and is married with two teenaged daughters. Her Tara Duncan series is a bestseller in France. She lives in Paris, France.
William Rodarmor is a veteran French literary translator, writer, and editor. His translation of Tamata and the Alliance, by Bernard Moitessier, won the 1996 Lewis Galantière Award from the American Translators Association. He lives in Berkeley, California.