The Peerless Seer

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Emaleen (Andarsan) Barsan is an 11 year old girl with the ability to make extraordinary things happen with her mind using magic. She also learns that her powers put her in great danger. In order to secure her safety, Emaleen must train her abilities and face and defeat the danger with the help of family, friends and animals. The Peerless Seer is the first book in "The Emaleen Andarsan Series." More

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About B.S. Gibbs

B. S. Gibbs is an attorney, wife, and mother to a thirteen-year-old daughter and eleven-year-old son, both of whom assisted in the creation of the story line for the books in the Emaleen Andarsan Series. They also test my other stories as well.

B.S.Gibbs is a fan of Jane Austen and loves stories that are positive, inspiring, and encourage women to pursue their dreams. She also appreciates anything medieval, especially stories about King Arthur.

The Peerless Seer is Gibbs’ first published book but she has gone on to publish many more.

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About the Series: The Emaleen Andarsan Series
Emaleen (Andarsan) Barsan is a girl who has magic powers. The people of her kind are called "Seers." She faces many different enemies who either want to use her power for their evil purposes or to harm her. She fights these evil seers with friends, families and animals who assist her.

Also in Series: The Emaleen Andarsan Series

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Review by: Stephanie Hudson on Jan. 29, 2017 :
This is an empowering book for girls aged 10 plus.
It is based in the U.S but relates to all young girls of this age.
There is magic interwoven with day to day experiences of a pre-teen, with friendship and family references thrown in.
An enjoyable read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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