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Two ordinary children have an extraordinary adventure when they find themselves transported to a world where magic is real, and "they" are supposed to be the heroes. In the tradition of fantasy classics such as "The Narnia Chronicles," and the books of Edward Eager and Lloyd Alexander, "Uncertain Magic" is a fantasy story of sword and sorcery. It is set in Pandium, a ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published April 28th 2001 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published April 26th 2001)
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Cindy Neary
Oct 07, 2016 Cindy Neary rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Four star read for young readers--4th to 6th grade.

Engaging story about a young Prince and the heroes he summons to help save him from his wicked uncle and an evil magician. The summoning spell goes a little awry due to some substitute spell ingredients, but the heroes are brave and clever and the bad guys are overthrown.
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