Book of Names

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 198 pages
21 Reviews
The first book of the Diadem:Worlds of Magic series focuses on Score, Helaine, and Pixel's thrilling search for who or what has brought them to Treen, a planet on the outer ring of the Diadem. Clues lie inside the tower of a cunning wizard and within a stranger's rhyming riddles. But the quarrelsome trio is ever doubtful of whom to trust-even among themselves. Danger awaits them at every turn as they battle angry mobs, bloodthirsty wolves, and a conniving wizard. Yet their toughest challenge is learning to band together as a team, their only hope against the perilous spells of their one true enemy.
 

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Review: Book of Names (Diadem Worlds of Magic #1)

User Review  - Anki - Goodreads

I am not in the target age group for this series, and I knew that going into it. However, I am usually able to keep that in mind when reading books intended for younger audiences, and typically manage ... Read full review

Review: Book of Names (Diadem Worlds of Magic #1)

User Review  - Sterling - Goodreads

My favorite book as a kid. My gf bought them for me again for my birthday. Great middle readers. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
21
Section 4
45
Section 5
63
Section 6
80
Section 7
106
Section 8
112
Section 10
133
Section 11
154
Section 12
169
Section 13
177
Section 14
197
Section 15
200
Section 16
201
Section 17
202

Section 9
125

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About the author (2004)

John Peel was born in 1954 in Nottingham, England. He attended Nottingham University and began his writing career as the editorial assistant for England's Apparel Production and Marketing. He later worked as a comic-strip writer for Marvel Comics in London, and was until recently the overseas television critic for England's Starburst magazine. Since immigrating to the U.S.A. in 1981, John Peel has worked as a contributing writer and editor for numerous media-based magazines. He now writes novels full-time from his home on Long Island, where he resides with his wife, Nan, their wirehair fox terrier, Dashiell, their orange, spotted tabby, Amika, and their miniature pinschers, Loki (aptly named after the Norse god of mischief and destruction), Bartleby, Shadow, Reggie, Tievel, Rocky, Anubis Princess and Lady Penelope. He has just sold his first film script, Haunting Adrian, which is expected to commence shooting in the near future.

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