A Wizard of Mars: The Ninth Book in the Young Wizards Series by Diane Duane

By Diane Duane

Younger wizards package and Nita are confronted with unusual occasions while a existence shape from one other period emerges on Mars. even though the Martians look pleasant, they've got a plan which may swap the form of multiple international. because the shadow of interplanetary struggle stretches over either worlds, package and Nita needs to struggle to grasp the unusual and historic synergy binding them to Mars and its final population. in the event that they don’t be successful, the background that left Mars dead will repeat itself in the world.

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