The Necromancers Return (The Necromancers Inheritance, #2)



The Necromancers Return (The Necromancers Inheritance, #2) Rose Has Sworn Off Necromancy Until A College Statistics Assignment Sends Her To A Graveyard Her Entire Grade Depends On The Assignment, So She Uses Her Magic To Convince The Slackers In Her Group To Help.When Her Powers Don T Work Like They Should, Rose Discovers That There S Another Necromancer In Albuquerque Whose Inexperienced Magic Is Affecting Hers Worse, She Discovers There S A Being Called The Phantom Who Is Devouring Spirits And Gunning For Her And Her Powers.As If Statistics Weren T Hard Enough Already, Rose Has To Track Down This Other Necromancer And Keep Herself And Her Family Safe From The Phantom.

Rebecca is the author of the Shards of History series, The Necromancer s Inheritance series, and The King of Ash and Bones, and Other Stories Her short fiction has appeared in publications such as Nature, Flash Fiction Online, Fantasy Scroll Magazine, New Myths, and Every Day Fiction, and she is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop You can find out about her and her work at rebeccarol

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  • Paperback
  • 381 pages
  • The Necromancers Return (The Necromancers Inheritance, #2)
  • Rebecca Roland
  • English
  • 02 March 2018

10 thoughts on “The Necromancers Return (The Necromancers Inheritance, #2)

  1. Beth Cato says:

    This second volume in Roland s series is even stronger than the first It resumes a year and a half after Rose s misadventures in GRAVEYARD GIRL, with her struggling to make it through college and resisting her necromantic magic That proves even difficult with a nasty entity known as the Phantom on the prowl in Albuquerque The pace is very fast, and Rose is a great character Some of the elements were a bit predictable but it was still a fun read wit...

  2. Gina says:

    Just as good as the first book It can actually be read prior to the first book with minimal comprehension issues It would definitely give away the ending of the first book.

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