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The Sorceress by Michael Scott
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Nov 13, 11

bookshelves: advisory-2011-2012
Read in November, 2011

This was a really good book. It explained the plot very well just like the previous two books. When you first go into this book you would be sucked into it understanding it as you read so you don’t really have to read to last two books. It tells different parts in each chapter and is mostly zoned on Nicholas Flamel's wife Perenelle and shows how she is trapped and escapes from Alcatraz. While stuck on Alcatraz Nicholas obviously tries to save her but one problem he's in Paris and she's in California another problem is that Dee who is the antagonist has his monsters and men all stationed out in Paris. Also in Alcatraz Nereid’s maidens of the sea and father of the sea are stationed there so Perenelle cannot escape by water nor can she escape by air because if she used any magical power the sphinx will sense and hunt her. There are many problems in this book but that is what makes it exciting I think. With problems come solutions so you will want to read on to find out the outcome of the problem.

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