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The Witch Of Skye (Morag The Witch Of Skye Book 1)

Morag is seventeen, she was born in Scotland in the Island of Skye where she lives with her family. She seems to be an ordinary girl but actually she hides a secret: as every first-born woman of her family she is a witch and her origins come from The McLeod Clan and revolve arond a well-known legend on the Island. Morag is ready to face an experience that is going to change her forever that will t...

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Print Length: 24 pages
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Publication Date: May 4, 2014
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Language: English
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“I've loved tis short story from the very beginning.I love fantasy in every of this forms and the stiry of Morag., the young main charachter, and of her family of witches is so much addictive that I wanted ti read much more when I got to the last page...”

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