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Message of the Crow

Legacy of Magick Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Rachel Dulude
Series: Legacy of Magick Series, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 59 mins
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One crow for sorrow and two crows for joy...

The drama keeps unfolding in William's Ford, the picturesque and charming Missouri college town where a deadly, decades-old battle of dark versus good magick is being waged.   

Seer Autumn Bishop is still reeling from the shocking loss that has devastated her family. But a Witch's work is never done, and the last section of the missing grimoire has to be found, leaving her with no choice other than to go forward in this third installment of the Legacy of Magick series.   

When following her heart leads to pain, betrayal, and disillusionment, Autumn must pull herself up and try to make her own way. Not sure who she can trust, and at last coming into her own abilities, Autumn begins to question the ethics and motivations of those closest to her. With the help of new friends, Autumn explores different traditions of magick while ghostly clues and messages from the spirit world surround her.   

As the final lunar eclipse of the tetrad cycle draws closer, and the search for the Blood Moon Grimoire reaches its climax, the magickal families of William's Ford must draw together to defeat a common enemy. Will Autumn be able to put an end to the curse that has haunted her family for generations?

©2015 Ellen Dugan (P)2019 Tantor

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Best in the series yet. I found myself cheering on my commute. Not many books can do that