Maria Forte

Philip.Belben at powertech.co.uk Philip.Belben at powertech.co.uk
Tue Jul 3 12:05:20 EDT 2001





> Aunt Maria is much more than the sweet old lady she appears to
> be. She is a mage mistress who has kept the town of Cranbury
> safe for generations. Once she was strong enough to defeat the
> forces of evil and chaos, imprisoning their strongest sorceror
> underground, now she is old and must find a successor.
> She hopes this will be her great niece, Naomi, but she has already
> suffered the betrayal of her own daughter, can she trust again?
>
> When Maria takes in little Naomi, her brother Christopher
> and their Mother she tries to teach them the disciplines they will
> need to become guardians of Cranbury. Encouraged by the
> corrupt Phelpses, chief minions of the evil one, the children rebel,
> throwing Maria's kindness in her face. She has no choice but to
> compel Christopher, the ring leader, into his true form - a wolf and
> have him hunted down like the animal he is. Now she must win
> back Naomi's trust,  and get back the box of power the children
> stole, before the evil one can rise to destroy  all that she has
> created.

Like it!  Especially the insistance on calling Christian Christopher...

Philip.







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