The world of Halfway is the anti-Harry-Potter: the wizard school is part of a shadowy organization that takes the students by force from their families. And the outside world isn’t much better: if you are a wizard, you are looked upon with fear because of what you represent.
In the midst of this, in secret, twins are born: a boy and a girl. They are Halfway, the rare offspring of humans and a now-extinct race of faeries.
But the twins don’t remain a secret for long. Temet, the boy, is taken as a child by the wizards. Cemagna, the girl, vows to rescue him. But the only way to escape the wizards is to keep running…
This book is Book 1 of the Wizards and Faeries series.
From the reviewers:
“It had a good plot, great characters, and kept me engaged throughout the book. ” – Dana Rhea | 2 reviewers made a similar statement
“An excellent prequel to Void’s first book, Running from Secrets. ” — Viperid | 1 reviewer made a similar statement
Halfway was a definite page turner. There were plenty of surprises along the way and the plot was intriguing. If you’re looking for a quick read with plenty of magic and action, then I most definitely recommend you grab yourself a copy of Halfway! – “Slowest Bookworm”
If you’re looking for something good to read in one evening, then this is perfect, but I’d recommend having the next instalment ready to go, because as it is, it’s very much just the start of something. – Tahlia Newland
Stephanie Void has been writing since she was 14. She has a variety of odd interests: exploring new places, painting, gothic fashion, singing, coffee, tea, and energy drinks.
She’s a black belt and teacher of Shindoryu Aikijutsu. She’s a Louisiana native who now lives near Boston.
She loves hearing from readers; you can contact her at her website and blog: stephanievoid.com.
She’s from New Orleans, Louisiana but moved up to Boston to eat snow.
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