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by Debra Doyle,James D. MacDonald,Judith Mitchell

eBook Tournament and Tower (Circle of Magic) download ISBN: 0816718288
Author: Debra Doyle,James D. MacDonald,Judith Mitchell
Publisher: Troll Communications Llc (May 1, 1990)
Language: English
ePub: 1602 kb
Fb2: 1600 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary

Tournament and Tower January 1990 : USA Paperback.

Tournament and Tower. 1990) (The second book in the Circle of Magic series) A novel by Debra Doyle and James D Macdonald. January 1990 : USA Paperback.

by Debra Doyle (Author), James D. Macdonald (Author), Judith Mitchell (Illustrator) & 0 more. Book 2 of 7 in the Circle of Magic (Doyle, Debra) Series. School of Wizardry (Circle of Magic, Book 1). Debra Doyle. Tournament and Tower (Circle of Magic). The Wizard's Castle (Circle of Magic, Book 5).

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Circle of Magic, also known as The Wizard's Apprentice in the United . James D. Macdonald

Circle of Magic, also known as The Wizard's Apprentice in the United Kingdom, is a series of eight. 6748" junior novels

Circle of Magic, also known as The Wizard's Apprentice in the United Kingdom, is a series of eight junior novels written by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald. Book II. The Secret of the Tower, Tournament and Tower. The books are set in a high-fantasy pseudo-medieval era. The series protagonist is young squire Randal of Doun, whose life is changed forever when he meets the Master Wizard, Madoc The Wayfarer, and forsakes his home to pursue the study of magic. No longer an apprentice, but a journeyman, Randal leaves the Tarnsberg to travel the world.

Tournament and Tower book. Tournament and Tower. Macdonald (Goodreads Author). Judith Mitchell (Illustrator). After breaking the oldest law in wizardry while trying to save. Circle of Magic by. After breaking the oldest law in wizardry while trying to save the School of Wizardry from destruction, fifteen-year-old Randal is made a journeyman wizard but is not allowed to use his magic, no matter how great the need, until he gets permission from the wizard Balpesh living as a hermit in the far off eastern mountains.

After breaking the oldest law in wizardry while trying to save the School of Wizardry from destruction, fifteen-year-old Randal is made a journeyman wizard but is not allowed to use his magic, no matter how great the need, until he gets permission from the wizard Balpesh living as a hermit in the far off eastern mountains.After breaking the oldest law in wizardry, journeyman wizard Randal may not use his magic until he seeks out the wizard Balpesh
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Mananara
I read this series as a child, so much so that the books fell apart. Now, more than 20 years later my husband bought me the set and I cherish them. They are great books and I highly recommend them (original or reprinted) if you can get your hands on them. The main character (Randal) is very remember, and human. The concept of how magic works (it twists and becomes unreliable if the user lies) is an interesting twist to the standard concept of spells.

My love and enjoyment of this series puts it right on the shelf next to titles like Harry Potter, The Tales of Paxinarion, and more.
Zadora
This book sticks in your mind for years. It is for young chapter book readers, but is re-readable forever. The action is continuous, the character's are easy to connect to, and the plot is amazing. It has a solid plot in itself, but also has hints of multiple plot meanings, which end up connecting to the whole series. The inter-book plot connections are uniquely made. The character's, similarly to many children's books, never fundamentaly change. This book is outstanding in it's fun, easy readability for anyone who loves magic, wizardry, midieval fantasy, and a great plot!