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It's a retelling of King Arthur and Camelot and what happens when magic causes traveling to the twenty-first century. A fun adventure for the grade school readers. Touches on blended family, altruism and friendships. And that magic can solve lots. December 18, - Published on Amazon. I love everything about the legend of King Arthur, so I am happy to report this book did not disappoint.

Author, Mari Mancusi did a brilliant job of putting a contemporary spin on the tale of Camelot. The story is an action-packed adventure, filled with magic, friendship, humor, and a dash of romance. I finished the book in one day, and I cannot wait for the next in the series!

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January 8, - Published on Amazon. An insane mash-up of Arthurian legend and LitRPG makes for one of my favorite middle grade novels in years! One never expects to read about Merlin needing WiFi through a time portal.

Sophie and Stu are fantastic, relatable leads with secrets you won't see coming. Don't miss it. December 31, - Published on Amazon. Daughter is dyslexic and loves this book hasnt put it down since getting it for Xmas.

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Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. Otherwise a really solid read and one I would love to add to my shelf! A refreshingly positive, upbeat take on the King Arthur legends. I loved Sophie and Stu — their friendship, their geekiness, and their acceptance of each other and other people.

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    Just a girl with a book obsession, a caffeine problem, and an adrenaline addiction. Consequently Mitzi ends up where many law enforcement officers, especially fictional ones, find themselves uncomfortably teetering: on the fine line between rule of law and genuine justice. And then it gets personal The result is a tremendous pacy narrative peopled with a large cast of colourful, sharply-drawn characters and underpinned by an up-to-date take on an old story which, give or take a few clunky parallels and occasional elements which require disbelief to be completely suspended, mostly makes sense in its modern context.

    By the end, I found myself thinking not so much what if as if only. Reviewer: Lynne Patrick. Lynne Patrick has been a writer ever since she could pick up a pen, and has enjoyed success with short stories, reviews and feature journalism, but never, alas, with a novel.