Veil Weavers

By Maureen Bush
Edited by Barbara Sapergia

Veil Weavers
  • Currently 0 out of 5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Sign-up or sign-in to rate this book.


In the gripping conclusion to the Veil of Magic trilogy, Josh and Maddy must go on a quest to find out how to fix the Veil of Magic and protect and strengthen the magical world's inhabitats for all time.


Overview

In the gripping conclusion to the Veil of Magic trilogy, Josh and Maddy must go on a quest to find out how to fix the Veil of Magic and protect and strengthen the magical world's inhabitats for all time.

Barbara Sapergia

Barbara Sapergia is a fiction writer and dramatist living in Saskatoon. She has four previous books of fiction, including three novels and a book of short stories. She’s had nine professional play productions, including Matty and Rose, about the struggles of black railway porters in the 1940s. It was produced by Persephone Theatre the same year she was Playwright in Residence. She’s the co-creator of and wrote numerous scripts for the children’s television series Prairie Berry Pie and wrote for the Mythquest TV series as well. She has two published plays and a book of poems, Dirt Hills Mirage. She has written ten radio dramas, including an hour-long drama broadcast in Canada and Australia. Poems and stories appear in many periodicals and anthologies. She has edited around fifty children’s novels for Coteau Books. Two of her (not yet produced) plays have won the John V. Hicks long Manuscript Award (Nell and Double Take).

Reviews

"Maureen's work is of a consistently high standard and every book so far has been a deeply satisfying read." - Rona Altrows, author"...a fantastical story about friendship, responsibility and bravery." - SPG Book Review"As an adult, I am especially pleased to see a fantasy series with a Canadian setting, including such spots as Castle Mountain, Marble Canyon, and the Paint Pots." - Prairie Fire"The Veil Weavers, the third and concluding story in the Veil of Magic trilogy, is anexciting ending to a truly Canadian story that has a familiar setting and a cast of characters familiar to any Canadian child." - CM Magazine

Reader Reviews

Tell us what you think!

Sign Up or Sign In to add your review or comment.