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WIT'CH GATE: BOOK FOUR OF THE BANNED AND THE BANISHED

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James Clemens wanted to see a strong female protagonist in a fantasy epicso he wrote about Elena. Strong in elemental magicks yet only recently trained, the young Witch Elena fights against the Dark Lords power. Omens and dreams point to four Weir Gates that must be destroyed before the world is overrun by evil. Elena and company reluctantly travel to separate Gates and each is challenged to their limits and beyond in WIT'CH GATE: Book Four of The Banned and The Banished (4). Mr. Clemens is an extraordinary world-builder, creating a richly detailed historical background and vivid characters that beg to have their stories told. (Dec., 544 pp., $24.00)

Reviewed by: 
Kelly Rae Cooper