Ghosts of the Black Rose: Land of Enchantment #2 by B Austin, Belinda Vasquez Garcia (Paperback / softback, 2013)
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- DescriptionRISE OF THE BLACK ROSE, Book 3, of this trilogy is w available! Ghosts of the Black Rose is a winner BEST FANTASY 2014 International Lati Book Awards and a BEST FANTASY 2013 New Mexico / Arizona Book Awards Finalist! Ghosts of the Black Rose is a vel about love, redemption and second chances the second book in a unique, magical trilogy, The Land of Enchantment. The people of Madrid believe they have done away with the local witch family, but they have t taken into account a witch's spirit. Strange things are going on in Madrid--the opera house theater is said to be haunted. Then there is the mysterious stranger, U. S. Marshal Quill, asking questions about what happened to Samuel Stuwart. His obsession with Samuel's widow, the witch Salia, is unhealthy. Marcelina misses her friend, Salia, and wonders if there is a way to bring her back. Marcelina can't outrun her destiny. She fears what the local, fanatical religious group will do to her, if they find out about her budding magic. She is simply trying to survive the Great Depression by practicing white magic, as is the Native American shaman, Storm-Chaser, who faces a new threat at the pueblo--Salia's half-brother, Jefe, and his band of rebels. GHOSTS OF THE BLACK ROSE is a vel glowing with rich Southwestern mythology, and the historic setting of Santa Fe. The first book, The Witch Narratives Reincarnation, in 2013 won two BEST FANTASY awards and is a winner of a BOOKS INTO MOVIES Award. A FEW INTERESTING FACTS - Did you kw that? Witches in the Southwest flash into fireballs and soar across the sky, as recorded in Santa Fe by witnesses at witch trials. The self-flagellation group, the Penitentes, really do exist in Spain and New Mexico.
- Author BiographyBelinda Vasquez Garcia came across a photograph of a Native American girl standing between her mother and aunt. All three were witches, and she was intrigued by the haunted eyes of the young witch. She thought about a half-breed girl being forced to follow in her mother's magical footsteps and join the family business, so to speak... For centuries in New Mexico, the Spanish Inquisition hunted down, tried, tortured and hung witches. One midnight when Belinda was thirteen, she heard La Llorona crying from the ditch behind her house, and the bone-chilling cries terrified her for two months afterwards. She has a degree in Applied Mathematics and worked as a software engineer and web developer. P.S. - A piedra iman, a shape-shifting rock, supposedly exists. Belinda is still searching for one and will let you know when she finds the magic lodestone.
- Author(s)B Austin,Belinda Vasquez Garcia
- PublisherCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Date of Publication25/04/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight345 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine13 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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