Book 1 of Yetzirah: The Pocket Worlds Epic Fantasy 

On her return from Yetzirah, the magical world she and her twin Elena visited as children, Elise discovers a butterfly has come back with her. But this is no ordinary butterfly. Crafted of silver wire and sapphires by one of the pocket wizards it should not have been able to cross the barrier, and it should not have been able to fly without magic, yet it has done both of these things.

This event, and others which follow, lead Elise and her friends to believe that the barrier between worlds is weakening. If it falls it will mean the end of both worlds. To reach the only one who can fix it Elise needs her sister, but will Elena help save a world in which she no longer believes?

Yetzirah is a world where wizards control pockets of reality, where anything you want is possible and magic takes the place of physics. But what happens to the magic of Yetzirah when the rules of our world begin to intrude?

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“This was a very well written fantasy. I’d almost think it would be a must-read for the 14 and up Young Adult audience of Fantasy Fiction.

The world Cowan has built is complex with new surprises at all the appropriate times for good pacing. Even though you get a good feel for her world, and to-be-honest I really wanted this to be the world I live in, it’s done in subtle little bites as the characters encounter new pieces of her creation.

In addition to a cracking good tale, the author has put some strong conceptual challenges in front of the reader without making them too overbearing. This includes some great dialogue about escapism and reality and a great twist at the end when the one who argues for escapism is not the one who makes the great escape from reality after all. There’s loss. There’s triumph. There’s saving an entire world.

Must read!” — R.C. Amazon Customer

“A Wondrous Place. Pam Bainbridge-Cowan has created a fantasy world that is coherent, compelling, and beguiling. It is unlike any other fantasy world, and I would rather not say too much, because readers need to discover Yetzirah by themselves and in their own fashion.

I cannot get this captivating world out of my head; having spent many fruitless hours as a child yearning for Narnia, I seem destined to repeat the process with Yetzirah. The title would suggest that there are more novels to come, and I sincerely hope this is the case.” — tri5ia, Amazon Customer

Cover for Yetzirah: The Pocket Worlds by Pam Bainbridge-Cowan

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