The Third Magic

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Groundwood Books, Sep 1, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 218 pages
14 Reviews
Fifteen-year-old Morgan Lefevre is mistaken for one of her ancestors while visiting Tintagel, King Arthur's birthplace in England. In this vivid and innovative interpretation of the King Arthur legend, she is summoned through time to the alien world of Nwm. With her only companion, the boy Arduu, she is caught between the opposing cruelties of the two Magics, the Circle, and the Line, who have been fighting one another over the centuries and across many worlds.

When Morgan and Arduu gain possession of an ancient sword of the Third Magic, Earth itself is drawn into the struggle. Times and worlds merge as Morgan is brought face to face with her own destiny.

The Third Magic will appeal to young readers of fantasy and mythology. An exciting new cover rejuvenates the earlier edition.

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A reworking of the Arthurian legend. This is billed as middle grade, but it has a timeless quality akin to Tolkien and Lewis. Aside from lovely prose and mind-bending time-space plot looping, this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Celeste H. - Goodreads

I remember going to my elementary school's library (we had elementary up until the 7th grade) and, while all the other kids in the class would run to the Goosebump books, I ran to this one. After ... Read full review

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