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Earth's Magic (New Magic Trilogy #4)

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The exciting conclusion to this futuristic Arthurian trilogy!

Heather and Earl (called Merlin the wizard by most) are working with King Arthur to unite Britain following a terrible nuclear devastation. Merlin’s sworn enemy, Morgan LeFay, is also organizing her forces, hoping to take over the world once and for all. Earth’s only hope is for Earl to find his father, who has b
ebook, 256 pages
Published September 8th 2009 by Random House Books for Young Readers (first published January 1st 2009)
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Dec 29, 2009 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of children's and ya post-apocalyptic fiction
Shelves: ebooks, fantasy, childrens, 7, ya, sf, 2010
I first discovered this series long ago when it was only two books (which have now been reprinted in a single volume). I was proabaly a young adult or close to it at the time and I was delighted last year when Pamela Service picked up the series again and continued it.

Now we have the last volume of the series. This one focuses primarily on Merlin, with Heather as the secondary character. Welly has much more of a bit part, but he had found himself and his future by the end of the previous book an
Dec 26, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There's a lot to love about the New Magic series. It took me a while to get my hands on this one, because my library only had it in ebook form. BUT! My mother and sister got me a kindle for Christmas, so I was finally able to read it. It was definitely worth the wait. I was furiously turning pages (or, uh, poking the kindle to make the pages turn) to get to the end. All in all, an excellent book to finish 2011.
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Born in Berkeley, California, Pamela F. Service grew up loving to hear, read, and tell stories - particularly about weird stuff. Pamela earned a BA in Political Science from UC Berkeley followed by an MA in history and archaeology from the University of London.

She spent many years living in Bloomington, Indiana, writing, serving on the city council, and being curator of a history museum. She has
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New Magic Trilogy (3 books)
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