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Welcome to the Circle of Three Wiki
At long last, in association with the fansite Enter the Circle, Circle of Three has a wiki! For any information about the books, characters, author, and anything else related to the Circle of Three series by Isobel Bird. Keep checking back for more info about the series as the wiki grows. You can pitch in by adding to the pages that could use a little help.
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Circle of ThreeEdit
Circle of Three is 15-book young adult series by Isobel Bird about three teenage girls studying Wicca for the traditional year-and-a-day before initiation. It was originally published from 2001 to 2002.
Kate Morgan, a preppy, popular basketball player, checks out a book of spells while doing research for her history paper on medieval witch trials. She casts a love spell, which leads to disaster. She seeks the help of two girls who had previously checked out the spellbook, Annie Crandall, a nerd, and Cooper Rivers, a riot grrrl. After putting things to rights, the three decide to continue studying Wicca together, which they do at a local New Age store called Crones' Circle. Each of them face various conflicts on her path, both external and internal. Kate is torn between fitting in and embracing the Wiccan path; Annie tries to reconcile her scientific, rational thinking with her new-found intuitive, emotional faith, as well as coming to terms with her parents' deaths years before; the headstrong and independent Cooper has trouble adjusting to both the unpredictability of magic and the novelty of intense friendship.
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