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The Loblolly Boy and the Sorcerer (The Loblolly Boy #2)

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How do you escape from being the loblolly boy? The answer is simple: find the boy who stole your life and Exchange.

But when the loblolly boy seeks help from the mysterious Captain Bass, he discovers it's not going to be simple. Standing in his way will be the Juggler, the unpredictable Gadget Man & the sinister Sorcerer.

Lost in a strange town with only one friend - th
Paperback, 1st, 297 pages
Published April 8th 2011 by Longacre published by Random House New Zealand
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It's the /Loblolly Boy/! I hope there's a third book in the series since I practically fell off my seat when I discovered there was a second. It's been ages since I read the first book so my memory is a bit sketchy but when I sat down and started reading I could already tell why I loved it. The plot flows very continuosly even though it's not high paced and the way it's set out means that I don't get bored by the continuous strand of words as easily.

<3 the Loblolly Boy!

P.S Is it pronounced lo
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I loved the first book in this series, and although I enjoyed this one too, I thought it added too much complication with addition of the sorcerer and the gadget man. I'm not sure what the purpose of the jugglers was either. The telescope still puzzles me, although I like how it was used here.
Mar 27, 2012 *unregistered_animagus* rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Miss Stan; anyone in Room 6
OMG. This is definetely a great read. Recommendable.
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James Norcliffe is both an award-winning poet and the author of five Young Adult novels. He teaches at New Zealand's Lincoln University and lives in Church Bay with his wife and an ungrateful cat named Pinky Bones. His novel, The Assassin of Gleam, received an award for the best fantasy published in New Zealand in 2006.
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