Maggie Furey

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Maggie Furey
Born 1955
Northumberland, England, UK
Died November 3, 2016
Occupation Writer
Nationality UK
Period 1994–2016
Genre Fantasy fiction

Maggie Furey (née Armstrong) is a British fantasy writer. She was born in Northumberland, England, UK, in 1955. She is a qualified teacher but also reviewed books on BBC Radio Newcastle, been an advisor in the Durham Reading Resources Centre, and organized children's book fairs. She now lives in County Wicklow in Ireland. She is best known for the Artefacts of Power tetralogy, which is centred on the lead character (and first novel namesake) Aurian, which were published as paperback originals in the United States.


The Artefacts of Power[edit]

The Web Series[edit]

see The Web (series)

The Shadowleague[edit]

Chronicles of the Xandim[edit]

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