by G.P. Taylor

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His first novel, Shadowmancer, reached #1 on the New York Times Best Sellers List in 2004 and has been translated into 48 languages. The second novel, Wormwood is another New York Times best seller which was nominated for a Quill Book Award.  G. P. Taylor also authored Tersias the Oracle, and Mariah Mundi

The Shadowmancer Returns
Can evil ever be destroyed? G. P. Taylor adds a higher definition to fiction in this sequel to Shadowmancer. Kate and Thomas have escaped the sorcerer Demurral and sailed to London with charismatic Jacob Crane. But trouble lies in wait when their ship is seized and they are lured into the darkest heart of the city— to a street that will change their reality and their lives. Further north, Raphah returns and is joined by the most unlikely companion, Demurral’s old crony, Beadle. They join together for a terrifying journey in search of their friends. Along the way, unknown enemies and a shadowy beast disturb and torment them.
All paths lead to one place: a cursed street, hidden from the world—a place where souls are lost, fates are decided, and old enemies seek their revenge.


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Anonymous | 2016-05-16 03:03:45
Genuinely the worst book I have ever read. Was forced to read it as part of a course in children's lit, the teacher included it as an example of bad literature. No one in the classroom had a single kind thing to say about this fantasy Bible garbage.
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