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A heart-breaking, LGBTQ dark romance for young adults, with star-crossed lovers – perfect for fans of V.E.Schwab and 90s cult-classic The Craft.


November 1999, North Dana, Massachusetts.


The body of Bastion Attia – high school quarterback, secret witch, and Nesbit Nuñez’s even-more-secret boyfriend – is discovered at the edge of Stepwood Cemetery. As Nesbit and his coven of queer misfits investigate Bastion’s death they discover local folktales of Mr. Nous, a terrifying wish-granting creature, one whose gifts come at a terrible price.


The coven must do battle against an age-old evil before it strikes again …


Now, Conjurers is a wildly original, spine-chilling YA debut about queer found family and a love that outlasts death.

Now, Conjurers by Freddie Kolsch

  • Format: Paperback

    ISBN: 9780008623494

    Imprint: Farshore

  • ‘This book is charm itself … smart, edgy, funny and heartfelt.’ – Tamsyn Muir, author of Gideon the Ninth.


    "Now, Conjurers is a dark, slick, and intoxicating ride that'll make you wish you were part of North Coven. The twisted love child of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Stephen King's It with a healthy 90's hit of nostalgia, I absolutely inhaled it (and had nightmares about red gloves for weeks)." --David Fenne, author of Overemotional.


    "This novel is an easy-to-read occult thriller inspired by '90s cult classics with a likable cast of cool, queer, Wiccan goth heroes. Kölsch holistically integrates serious issues, such as grief, neurological differences, religion and faith, parental abuse, and a variety of intersectional queer identities, with a deft touch that keeps the book both eerie and light in pleasantly equal measure . . . . A rollicking and thoughtful take on the be-careful-what-you-wish-for trope." – Kirkus, STARRED Review.

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