Secret of the Tower

Debra Doyle James D. Macdonald Judith Mitchell

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Secret of the Tower

Secret of the Tower After Randal breaks his promise never to use a weapon he must travel to the faraway tower of a master wizard to be pardoned before he can practice his magic But a perilous journey is even dangerous w

  • Title: Secret of the Tower
  • Author: Debra Doyle James D. Macdonald Judith Mitchell
  • ISBN: 9780816769377
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • After Randal breaks his promise never to use a weapon, he must travel to the faraway tower of a master wizard to be pardoned before he can practice his magic But a perilous journey is even dangerous without a sword or magical powersThis second book in the well written, absorbing fantasy series will have readers clamoring for Ages 8 12.

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    1. Mary Catelli on said:

      Spoilers ahead for School of Wizardry.This begins with Randal working in the stables as he is trying to carry out the quest decreed at the end of School: to find a senior wizard, who can give him permission to practice magic again. Without using a bladed weapon or magic on the way. At that inn, as a consequence, he's beaten by a knight who feels slighted, and rescued by another. To his embarrassment, because the other knight is his cousin Walter. Who then takes him on a squire. He goes on with t [...]

    2. Laurie on said:

      When I was in elementary school, I bought this book through book orders (insert intense nostalgia for $1 books, cheap necklaces that came with them, and the total in the back that you cut out and gave to the teacher). I never read the first book, but I remember this book scaring the shit out of me. I used to read it in terror, vowing to banish it to the category of books I never read again, only to masochistically pick it up again a few months later out of boredom and reenter the cycle of fear. [...]

    3. Iria Cardoso on said:

      Adorei! Passado no tempo medieval, num outro mundo, as aventuras são fantásticas quando um miúdo descobre que pode fazer magia e ingressa numa escola de feiticeiros. Um Harry Potter um pouco menos adulto, com uma história diferente e que deixa o leitor a querer mais e mais.

    4. Chelsea Gouin on said:

      Randal is 15 now, and having just barely scrapped by in his Apprenticeship, he heads out on the road as a Journey Man wizard. The road isn't easy however since he's banned from using magic. Embarrassingly, he bumps into his cousin Walter who is a night now. Walter is not impressed as Randal has nothing to show him other than a nasty scar from his battle with Master Laerg. Lys meets the two on the road and travels with them to a tournament that turns sinister. They hurry to the Master Wizard that [...]

    5. Jennifer Heise on said:

      A decent middle grade sequel, in the tradition of Troll books fantasy for kids. Characters are solid in their dedication to their values, despite the odds, and there's a decent plot twist toward the end.

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