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Power of Three
by Diana Wynne Jones (more about Diana Wynne Jones) 747/1 first published 1976
Fantasy and Magic for ages 10 to 14 published by Macmillan Children's Books
Available from:  Amazon.co.uk
* £3.99, Usually dispatched within 2-3 days
Mrs Mad's humble opinion
9/10 Very good. I am pleased with this.
What's it about?
Something is terribly wrong on the moor, enemies are everywhere. Evil forces are at work and the moor is blighted by a curse of ancient and terrifying power.
Anything else?
Other books by Diana Wynne Jones include A Sudden Wild Magic, A Tale of Time City, Archer's Goon, Black Maria, Cart and Cwidder, Castle in the Air, Charmed Life, Deep Secret, Dogsbody, Drowned Ammet, Eight Days of Luke, Fantasy Stories, Fire and Hemlock, Hexwood, Hidden Turnings, Howl's Moving Castle, Minor Arcana, Mixed Magics, The Crown of Dalemark, The Dark Lord of Derkholm, The Homeward Bounders, The Lives of Christopher Chant, The Magicians of Caprona, The Merlin Conspiracy, The Ogre Downstairs, The Spellcoats, The Time of the Ghost, The Tough Guide to Fantasy Land, The Year of the Griffin, Wild Robert, Wilkin's Tooth, Witch Week.
Who says so?
This review by Mrs Mad.
The publisher reckons...
Bringing together the worlds of fantasy characters and humans, this story of power conflict and reconciliation revolves around a place called the Moor, and the relationships between the three races who inhabit it, namely the Dorig, the Lymen and the Giants - who turn out to be humans.
And what do you think?
Timothy Stewart, Hillel Academy,Jamaica
This book is graet and full of magic.
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