The Magic Thief: Found: Book Three (Google eBook)

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HarperCollins, May 25, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 384 pages
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Never turn your back on a dragon!

Sneaking out of prison isn't easy, unless you are a thief, or a wizard. Luckily, Conn is both! Trouble is, once he's out, where does he go? His home is a pile of rubble since he blew it up doing magic. His master, the wizard Nevery, is not happy with him. Worst of all, Conn's been exiled, and staying in the city will mean his death.

But Wellmet is in danger from an evil predator coming to destroy the city, and Conn must set off on a quest to fight it. Suddenly, a huge shadow looms over him and he is swept away by something more awesome than his wildest imaginings. Is Conn brave enough to answer magic's call, or is he really just a thief at heart?

Sarah Prineas's incredible world explodes with adventure—a place where cities run on living magic and heroes come from the most surprising places.

  

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
35
Section 3
46
Section 4
69
Section 5
71
Section 6
75
Section 7
85
Section 8
91
Section 18
174
Section 19
182
Section 20
196
Section 21
206
Section 22
227
Section 23
228
Section 24
244
Section 25
257

Section 9
100
Section 10
110
Section 11
117
Section 12
118
Section 13
121
Section 14
139
Section 15
149
Section 16
154
Section 17
165
Section 26
258
Section 27
266
Section 28
279
Section 29
289
Section 30
297
Section 31
306
Section 32
315
Section 33
323
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About the author (2010)

Sarah Prineas lives in the midst of the corn near Iowa City, Iowa, and can usually be found writing fantasy novels on a stealthy silver MacBook Air called Dash. Prineas's Magic Thief series introduced readers to the irascible wizard Nevery and his gutterboy apprentice, Connwaer. Sarah holds a PhD in English literature and recently taught honors seminars on fantasy and science fiction literature at the University of Iowa. She has an amazing dragon action-figure collection and occasionally bakes biscuits (although she says hers never seem to turn out as tasty as Benet's do in The Magic Thief).

Sarah is married to John Prineas, a physics professor, which comes in handy when she's writing about magic. They are the parents of Maud and Theo.

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