Publication Date: April 2, 2013
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Timothy uses his powers for peacemaking in book two of the fantastical Magic Zero series from two New York Times bestselling authors.
Timothy now knows that possessing no magical powers makes him very powerful indeed. Having defeated Nicodemus, Timothy travels to a war-torn dimension to help the Wurm—fierce magicians and warriors descended from an ancient dragon race. There is an age-old feud between the Wurm and the Parliament of Mages, and as Timothy investigates, he uncovers a deadly conspiracy. Further complicating matters is a mysterious girl who challenges the leadership of the Order of Alhazred, and the disconcerting fact that not only do mages continue to disappear…but someone is targeting Timothy as the villain.
This second book in the Magic Zero quartet, originally known as the Outcast series, features a refreshed cover and an unforgettable adventure.
CHRISTOPHER GOLDEN is the New York Times bestselling, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of such novels as Of Saints and Shadows, The Myth Hunters, The Boys Are Back in Town, and Strangewood. He has also written books for teens and young adults, including the Body of Evidence series, Poison Ink, Soulless, and The Secret Journeys of Jack London, co-authored with Tim Lebbon. His current work-in-progress is a graphic novel trilogy collaboration with Charlaine Harris entitled Cemetery Girl. Golden frequently collaborates with other writers on books, comics, and scripts. He has co-written three illustrated novels with Mike Mignola, the first of which, Baltimore, or, The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire, was the launching pad for the Eisner Award-nominated comic book series, Baltimore. As an editor, he has worked on the short story anthologies The New Dead, The Monster's Corner, and 21st Century Dead, among others, and has also written and co- written comic books, video games, screenplays, and a network television pilot. Golden was born and raised in New England, where he still lives with his family. His original novels have been published in more than fourteen languages in countries around the world. Please visit him at www.christophergolden.com.