The Society of Imaginary Friends

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Valerie Diaz has a power that she can't contain, and it's killing her. Bounced between foster homes and the streets, she only has time to concentrate on staying alive. But a visit from the imaginary friend of her childhood opens a world of possibilities, including a new life half a universe away on a planet that is bursting with magic. More
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About Kristen Pham

Kristen Pham is a YA science fiction and fantasy writer who lives for really great fudge, roller coasters, and exploring new worlds via fiction. She lives in San Jose, CA with her children and husband, where she eagerly waits for her kids to turn 11 and receive their invitations to Hogwarts.

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About the Series: The Conjurors
Valerie Diaz has a power that she can't contain, and it's killing her. Bounced between foster homes and the streets, she only has time to concentrate on staying alive. But a visit from the imaginary friend of her childhood opens a world of possibilities, including a new life half a universe away on a planet that is bursting with magic.

The Conjurors Series follows Valerie on a journey that straddles two worlds. In order to survive, she must travel many light years away to a realm where anything is possible. But choosing to embrace her potential will set Valerie on a treacherous course - one filled with true love, adventure and perilous danger.

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Review by: Sarah187 on March 23, 2018 : (no rating)
Loved it. The story was beautifully written with quite a few plot twists, decent back story on main characters. A definite page turner and I can't wait for the next one
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Review by: DeniseMoy on Feb. 11, 2018 :
This was solidly written with enough going on to make it quick to read. I appreciated that Pham explores the diversity of the characters' ethnicities, culture, class, family structures, physical and emotional features but doesn't hit the reader over the head with moralizing.
The Society of Imaginary Friends was a good start to a series I look forward to reading.
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Review by: Jay Van Emmenis on Jan. 9, 2017 : (no rating)
The first in a series of four books. So much of these books reminded me of Harry Potter, the young girl with sleeping powers, who on discovering it is thrown into a magical world full of mystical beings. The story is engaging, exciting, with likable characters among our heroes, who fight for survival of two planets, against their enemies the Fractus. Sometimes amusing, sometimes sad. I've purchased all four and have enjoyed them immensely.
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