A Wizard Alone

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Sep 6, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 333 pages
While Nita grieves over her mother's death, Kit tackles a challenge as dangerous as it is strange: Rescue a young wizard who has vanished on his first assignment. This new wizard is unlike any other--he's autistic and he's a magical prodigy. His power is enormous.
 

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User Review  - dreamweaversunited - LibraryThing

auuuuuggghhh the ableism I may vomit At the beginning, I was really excited about this book, because I thought it would have a positive take on how an autistic person could wield magic and fight ... Read full review

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User Review  - livingtech - LibraryThing

I liked this, but less than a lot of the others in the series. Still continuing with the series, reading them to my 8-year old. This one took place mostly in the mind of a young kid with asperger’s ... Read full review

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Contents

Consultations
1
Investigations
30
Pursuits
57
Conversations
87
Quandaries
130
Elucidations
175
Complications
205
Entrapment
235
Reconstructions
263
Liberations
309
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DIANE DUANE is the author of more then twenty science fiction and fantasy novels, including the seven books in the Young Wizards series. She lives in rural Ireland.

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