Review: The Magician

Title:  The Magician

Author:  Michael Scott

Publisher:  Random House

Cover Artist:  Michael Wagner

The Magician is the second book in The Secrets of the Immortal Nicolas Flamell series. It was a lot like the first book.It was full of adventure and fantasy. The “immortals” Joan of Arc and Saint Germain are added to the list of main characters in this book, as are Niccolo Machiavelli and the Genii Cucullati. I would recommend this book to children ages ten and up. It got less confusing after I read it because I sort of got used to the fact that modern teenage kids were talking to people who lived over seven hundred years ago. For example, Dr. John Dee served Queen Elizabeth and he is one of the main characters in this book. I really liked this book. As soon as I finish the third book, The Sorceress, I will write a review. That will be in about two days.

Posted by: Fred Reads



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7 responses to “Review: The Magician

  1. “I really liked this book.”

    Look back at your review for “Japan-The Culture.” You were very specific about what you didn’t like about it. Can you describe what it is about this book that you liked?

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  3. Fred Reads

    My reveiw on the Sorceress will be done tommorow.

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