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Wizard's Hall by Jane Yolen
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Apr 08, 11

bookshelves: borrowed-from-the-library, reviewed
Read from April 07 to 08, 2011

Thornmallow (Henry) was sent to Wizard's Hall by his mother to become a wizard. He really didn't want to go, he'd rather stay at home. But he did as his mother had wanted.
And he tries to learn magic. He tries his best at everything. But he doesn't think he can be a wizard. And when Thornmallow finds out that Wizard's Hall needs him, he decides to try his best.

Thornmallow was a fairly likable character. He doubted himself quite a bit and pretty much always did what he was told. His friends were alright characters. They could be a bit mean with him at times. Overall, the story was enjoyable, but lacking something. Maybe if it were longer and there were more details about the characters so there was a chance to connect with them. But it was still an enjoyable story and a fun read.

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