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Disappearing act

A young woman turns out to be more (and less) than she appears in Catherine Egan’s magical tale


★ Julia Vanishes (Witch’s Child series, Book 1)

Catherine Egan

Doubleday Canada, Ages 12+

JULIA ISN’T a witch, but she does have a unique ability: she can be unseen at will. The talent doesn’t render her invisible, exactly, so much as give her the power to avoid being perceived. It’s a dangerous skill to posses in a city where magic has been criminalized and witches are regularly drowned in public Cleansings. It is, however, very useful when you are a thief, con artist, and spy-for-hire.

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