Publisher: Scholastic Books
Pages no: 256
An excellent read. I enjoyed the characters, the way the plot unfolded, and the conclusion. The setting is the Middle Ages, during that time when magic and science were intertwined. Fabrizio, the main character is outstanding, engaging and lively. The relationship between him and Magnus the Magician...
This is book #2 in Avi's Midnight Magic series. I have not yet read the first book. This one stood well on its own.A magician and his assistant, banned from practicing their craft, are called upon by the king to prove or disprove the existence of a ghost. Their evidence could have far reaching impli...
I was thoroughly unimpressed with the paper-thin plot and the dull, one dimensional characters. The mystery was interesting, but nothing new or rewarding came from this book. I think my main issue stems from the author cramming Christian ideals down one's throat during the story. That became stal...
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