The sequel to Indigo Springs opens with the U.S. government preparing to try Sahara Knax for treason, while Astrid Lethewood and a growing number of volunteers try to find ways to safely maintain the spread of magic into the real world. Law and order breaks down in the U.S. as several factions vie for control over enchantment.
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Witch-burners square off against the Alchemite cult, hundreds of soldiers caught in the crossfire go missing, and police struggle with the fallout from power outages and storms–even murders!–triggered by the use of mystical objects.
In Indigo Springs, Astrid promised the residents of a realm called the unreal that she would restore the mystical balance: freeing them and returning magic to the real world. But making a promise is easier than keeping it. The raw vitagua has been cursed, turned by an ancient cult into a contaminant that turns people to animals, animals to monsters. If Astrid cannot reverse that ancient spell, the continued spread of magic can only be catastrophic.
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I just finished reading Indigo Springs. It was so captivating I could not put in down in the past two days! Can’t wait for Blue Majic!!! Thanks!
Tracey–I am so glad to hear you liked it. Thank you very much for taking the time to let me know.
Just finished Indigo Springs and enjoyed it a lot. Looking forward to reading Blue Magic next year.
Thank you very much, Diana–it’s really good to know people are excited about the next chantment book.
LOVED Indigo Springs! Look forward to the sequel.
Thank you, Chimene–I hope you love Blue Magic too!
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Indigo Springs was fantastic. Very different and unique. Will be looking for the next one next year.
I’m so glad you liked it, Meghan–thank you for letting me know!
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I first read Indigo Springs when I found it at my local library. I liked it so much that i bpught my own copy. I am just now reading it for a second time, and my love for the story and characters has been rekindled. I cannot wait to read Blue Magic. 🙂
Samantha–that is so nice to hear! Thank you very much. I hope you like BLUE MAGIC, too.