Synopses & Reviews
Something stopped Nita's hand as it ran along the bookshelf. She looked and found that one of the books had a loose thread at the top of its spine. It was one of those So You Want to Be a . . . books, a series on careers. So You Want to Be a Pilot, and a Scientist . . . a Writer. But his one said, So You Want to Be a Wizard.
I don't belive this, Nina thought. She shut the book and stood there holding it in
her hand, confused, amazed, suspicious--and delighted. If it was a joke, it was a great one. If it wasn't . . . ?
"[A]n exciting and satisfying fantasy for younger teens." VOYA
During a summer vacation at the beach, 13-year-old wizard Nita and her friend Kit assist the whale-wizard S'reee in combating an evil power.
Coming to the aid of a wounded whale, Kit and Nita are plunged into deep wizardry. The whale is a wizard, and she enlists Kit and Nita in battle against the sinister Lone Power. Becoming whales themselves, Nita and Kit join in an ancient ritual performed by whales, dolphins, and a single fearsome shark. But which poses more of a danger: the Lone Power, or ed'Rashtekaresket, the enormous shark as old as the sea?
The first three novels in Diane Duane's Young Wizards series, now in digest size for younger readers!
About the Author
is the author of more then twenty science fiction and fantasy novels, including eight previous books in the Young Wizards series: So You Want to Be a Wizard
, Deep Wizardry
, High Wizardry
, A Wizard Abroad
, The Wizard's Dilemma, A Wizard Alone, Wizard's Holiday
, and Wizards at War.
Four of her Star Trek
novels have been New York Times
bestsellers, including Spock's World
. Ms. Duane lives with her husband in rural Ireland. www.DianeDuane.com