“A powerful opener to a series [that] will produce a combination of feisty protagonists and challenging circumstances to thoroughly involve not just young adults, but adult fantasy fans who seek epic stories fueled by powerful friendships and adversaries.”
--Midwest Book Review (Diane Donovan) (re A Throne for Sisters)
“Morgan Rice's imagination is limitless!”
--Books and Movie Reviews (re A Throne for Sisters)
From USA Today and #1 bestselling fantasy author Morgan Rice comes a new fantasy series for teens and adults.
THE MAGIC FACTORY: OLIVER BLUE AND THE SCHOOL FOR SEERS (BOOK ONE) tells the story of one very special boy, Oliver Blue, different than those around him and unloved by his hateful family. Obsessed with inventions, Oliver is determined to escape his horrible life and make his mark on the world.
When Oliver’s family moves again, to another awful house and school, he is bullied and excluded, and sees no way out. But when he stumbles across an abandoned invention factory, he wonders if this could be his way out. Who is the mysterious old inventor hiding in the factory? What is his secret invention?
And might this factory be a portal to somewhere else?
An inspiring fantasy, THE MAGIC FACTORY is book #1 in a riveting new series filled with magic, love, humor, heartbreak, tragedy, destiny, and a series of shocking twists. It will make you fall in love with Oliver Blue, and keep you turning pages late into the night.
Book #2 in the series (THE ORB OF KANDRA) and Book #3 (THE OBSIDIANS) are now also available!
“The beginnings of something remarkable are there.”
--San Francisco Book Review (re A Quest of Heroes)
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Exciting new series
Oliver Blue is a misfit bullied young boy who discovers who he really is in this series. Being a Seer added a twist along with time traveling. The kids and I loved it and can’t wait for the next book to come out.
One almost thinks that in the beginning it was on the same lines as a Harry Potter twin. But keep reading, the twist comes along! Very intriguing story plot. Definitely reading this series :)
Went too hard in the paint
I liked the bullying/anxiety build up at first, but Lucas took the shtick too far. Also, black is the color that reflects no spectrum of light. White reflects them all.