The Peabrain’s Magic by Martha Carr (The Peabrain Adventures Book 2)
English | 2019 | Fantasy | ePUB | 352 Kb
The Peabrain’s : Maggie Parker is learning to make magic and after a showdown with Simon Wesley, it’s clear she’s running out of time. But nothing is going as planned.
Did she just turn a mouse into a corgi? Oops… Magic is a lot more complicated than she realized.
Not only does Maggie have to find the compass, she has to rescue a friend of her late father who may hold the answers…before the world realizes she’s living on borrowed time.
A Godwin Knight has teamed up with Maggie and Bernie, swearing to protect the Elemental on her journey, even as more humans wake up to their magic.
But Maggie needs to figure out who she can trust, including that tall drink of water, Jake. She needs a plan and fast.
Will she find the other four Elementals in time to put the machine back together?
“What are you smiling about?” The knight was giving her a puzzled look.
“None of your business,” she said, feeling her face grow warmer.
Maggie was standing in a corner of the plaza, located behind the office tower that was shaped like an oversized Mayan Temple. Blue lights were still lit along the edges of the ascending levels, reflecting off the red granite front. She looked toward the east and felt her mind clear for a moment. “Nothing like a Texas sky,” she whispered. “Let an orange sky be a good sign this time.”
Bernie waved to her again from across the plaza where he had taken up his designated position. It gave him a clear view of the nearby avenue and a direct sightline to Maggie.
She raised her hand just as another shiver ran across the back of her neck, but this time it was accompanied by a sudden, brief pounding in her head and she quickly stepped back into the darkness.
She looked up to see what had changed but the plaza was still empty. “Did we miss him?”
“No, he’s here somewhere. He’ll show himself. Now pay attention.” Wilmark pressed his hands together, pulling them slowly apart to reveal a glowing blue ball of light.”