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Lives of Kings

by (author) Lucy Leiderman

Dundurn Press
Initial publish date
Nov 2014
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  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Nov 2014
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 12 to 15
  • Grade: 7 to 10
  • Reading age: 12 to 15


Gwen must reunite her fellow reincarnated magical guardians and save the world from three magicians threatening to bring on the apocalypse.

Book Two in the Seven Wanderers Trilogy.
After discovering she led a past life full of magic in Britannia thousands of years ago, Gwen must race against time to stop an ancient enemy who threatens to tear the world apart.
Gwen may have won the battle to save her own magic, but she is still reeling from memories of her past life and dangers to her present one. Alone without the one she trusted most, she gathers her friends to search for others like her — those who can destroy the force threatening the world once and for all. But victory can only come at a terrible cost, and the lure of powerful magic may be too much to resist, even for those sworn to protect the world.
As friendships begin to fracture amidst millennia-old rivalries, reality blurs with the past until the lines between family, friend, and enemy are no longer clear. Gwen needs to find a way to defeat her past enemies without falling into any one of their many traps — or else surrender to her past life’s magic and lose herself forever.


About the author

Lucy Leiderman is a writer, marketer and advocate for new media integration across all industries. She has consulted with top tier universities, intergovernmental organizations, and the private sector. She holds a Masters degree from Uppsala Universitet, Sweden, and is a graduate of the University of Toronto Celtic Studies program. Lucy currently works in the technology industry in Toronto, where she writes fiction by night-light and seeks to infuse her stories with mythology.

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