The memoir opens with a tragic political happening: in South Africa, the government deemed that people’s race could be legally changed in a manner of days and that the government itself would decide what a person’s race would legally be from that point onward. This change-of-race resulted in catastrophic happenings. Families were torn apart – parents would be considered "white" and their children considered "coloured," or vice-versa.
His mom can die and bring herself back to life. His dad can heal people that would normally be considered beyond saving. His sister can make people do anything she wants. But Jack, the main character in The Greatest Magician by Elena Paige, isn’t like the rest of his family. He can’t even perform a basic card trick. Jack isn’t really sure if his wish is to be a magician or not: he feels left out without a special power amongst a family of mages, but he knows that he will never be a mage, so he wonders if he should even bother trying.
A story in which the phrase "through the eyes of the beholder" could not be more apt, Motorbikes and Camels is a short novel that would be enjoyed by readers with a liking for realistic fiction, romance, and culture.
Andaryn is the princess of Lacharra. She has six older brothers and a loving father, who gave her the nickname Ryn. Everything suddenly changes when her father brings home a new wife, and the castle starts acting a little strange. Ryn is able to figure out the new "queen" put an enchantment on her father and brothers, so they only wish to serve her. After Ryn's attempt to stop the queen fails, she is forced to make a deal. For six years, Ryn must stay silent and her brothers will be let free.
Tribal Affairs is a book following Liana and her magical adventure. Liana is a normal girl, or so she thinks. Her early life has been okay; her mother was crazy, her father is the best father in the world. One day, Liana decides to put her mother's old locket around her leg when she goes to her father's magic show. At the show, a freak accident happens, leaving her father as the laughingstock of the town. Afterward, she starts to see glimpses of "something" messing with her father.