Tomorrow's Magic

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Random House Children's Books, Apr 23, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 448 pages
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It's 500 years after the nuclear holocaust that devastated the earth's population and left the few survivors dealing with unending winter. At their remote British boarding school, Wellington Jones and Heather McKenna
have a lot in common. Both are misfits trying to avoid attention, and both are fascinated by Earl, a tall, calm, older boy with no recollection of his past, but a remarkable knack for showing up when he is needed most.

When a blow to the head brings Earl's memory back, he claims that he is actually Merlin . . . a 2000-year-old wizard.

Originally published in two volumes in the mid-1980s, Pamela F. Service's creative, futuristic spin on the Camelot legend will appeal to Arthurian purists and fantasy lovers alike.


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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
19
Section 3
35
Section 4
54
Section 5
61
Section 6
77
Section 7
88
Section 8
113
Section 17
231
Section 18
241
Section 19
249
Section 20
260
Section 21
274
Section 22
288
Section 23
303
Section 24
331

Section 9
132
Section 10
143
Section 11
158
Section 12
167
Section 13
182
Section 14
197
Section 15
211
Section 16
212
Section 25
346
Section 26
371
Section 27
398
Section 28
408
Section 29
418
Section 30
431
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About the author (2009)

Pamela F. Service grew up in Berkeley, California, and spent three years in England studying archaeology. She has published over 20 children's books, works as a museum director in Eureka, acts in community theater, and is still writing.


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