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Marco And The Blade Of Night (Marco #2)

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Welcome to Glastonbury. Real Place. Real Magic.

Marco's summer in Glastonbury is starting to get seriously weird… The locals are having strange and terrifying visions, and then Marco's friend, Rosa, finds an ancient relic which experts identify as Excalibur, sword of the legendary King Arthur.

According to the folk tales, Arthur will return to fight the forces of night. But
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Paperback, 464 pages
Published 2007 by Usborne
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Lynne - The Book Squirrel
May 27, 2011 Lynne - The Book Squirrel rated it really liked it
A great book, aimed at teens but I love the setting which is not far from where I live but never visited - Yet! Glastonbury in Somerset, full of quaint shops and some very strange people.

I am determined to visit Glastonbury - and soon!
Alan
Feb 04, 2008 Alan rated it really liked it
On a par with Marco's Pendulum. No better, and no worse. You can count on the author for something entirely different, and that is the real treat behind all of his books.

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LH Johnson
Oct 23, 2011 LH Johnson rated it it was ok
I read both 'Marco' books in swift succession (Pendulum & Blade of Night). And it was halfway through Marco and the Blade of Night that I realised something.

There's a lot of talking. I mean, there's a LOT of talking. I was reminded of the scenes in Buffy where Giles told us about the demon of the week. These books are exposition central. Whilst I cannot call them poorly written (there's a definite competency to the writing), I can say that these two books have such pacing issues that I foun
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