Annotations for Wizard's Dilemma


Baker & Taylor
Teenage wizard Nita travels to other universes to find a cure for her mother who has brain cancer.

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Baker & Taylor
When Nita's mother becomes sick with cancer, she feels her only option is to make a deal with the Lone Power, yet the outcome of doing so may be something too great for her to handle on her own in the long run. 20,000 first printing.

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Baker & Taylor
When Nita's mother becomes sick with cancer, she feels her only option is to make a deal with the Lone Power, yet the outcome of doing so may be something too great for her to handle on her own in the long run. Reissue.

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Baker & Taylor
When Nita's mother becomes sick with cancer, she feels her only option is to make a deal with the Lone Power, yet the outcome of doing so may be something too great for her to handle on her own in the long run. Reprint.

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Harcourt Publishing
How do you fix what can't be fixed? Only the Transcendent Pig knows, and it's not telling. . . .
But Nita Callahan needs to find out--and soon. Her wizardly partnership with Kit has fallen apart. Much worse, her mother has gotten sick . . . so sick she may never leave the hospital.
Only one person can help Nita--the One she's devoted her life to fighting.


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Harcourt Publishing
Not everything can be fixed with magic--teenage angst, for example. Young wizards Kit and Nita are having such a tough time coping with adolescence that they go their separate ways. Neither wants to call it a breakup, but that's what it seems to be. Heartsick, they throw themselves into their magical studies.
But Nita's work is cut short by bad news: Her mother has cancer, and it looks
incurable--by medical or magical means. Even wizardry is powerless against cancer.
The situation looks hopeless . . . until Nita enters a Faustian bargain with the Lone Power, the source of all death in the universe, the one evil that Nita has dedicated her life to fighting.


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Harcourt Publishing
Not everything can be fixed with magic--young wizards Kit and Nita are having such a tough time coping with adolescence, they go their separate ways. But then Nita gets some bad news: Her mother has cancer, and it may be incurable--by medical or magical means.


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Houghton
How do you fix what can't be fixed? Only the Transcendent Pig knows, and it's not telling. . . .
But Nita Callahan needs to find out--and soon. Her wizardly partnership with Kit has fallen apart. Much worse, her mother has gotten sick . . . so sick she may never leave the hospital.
Only one person can help Nita--the One she's devoted her life to fighting.


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Houghton
Not everything can be fixed with magic--teenage angst, for example. Young wizards Kit and Nita are having such a tough time coping with adolescence that they go their separate ways. Neither wants to call it a breakup, but that's what it seems to be. Heartsick, they throw themselves into their magical studies.
But Nita's work is cut short by bad news: Her mother has cancer, and it looks
incurable--by medical or magical means. Even wizardry is powerless against cancer.
The situation looks hopeless . . . until Nita enters a Faustian bargain with the Lone Power, the source of all death in the universe, the one evil that Nita has dedicated her life to fighting.


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Houghton
Not everything can be fixed with magic--young wizards Kit and Nita are having such a tough time coping with adolescence, they go their separate ways. But then Nita gets some bad news: Her mother has cancer, and it may be incurable--by medical or magical means.


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Houghton
Now in paperback--the critically acclaimed fifth book in the bestselling Young Wizards series


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Houghton
The next three novels in Diane Duane's Young Wizards series, now in digest size for young readers!


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