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The Doomspell Trilogy: The Wizard's Promise: Book 3

Cliff McNish, Geoff Taylor

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The Doomspell Trilogy, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Fiction, Age groups: children, Fantasy & magical realism (Children's / Teenage)

Repackaged for a new generation, part three of the Cliff McNish's bestselling debut trilogy.

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The magic of all children has been released. Now, throughout the skies of Earth they fly, playing the deadly spell-games.
Only Rachel watches for what she knows is coming - the invasion of the Witches.
And this time there is a new enemy - the terrifying Gridda-breed. Rachel and Eric will need all their skill and courage in the coming battle - knowing that if they fail, the whole world will be engulfed in darkness.
The final instalment of the classic Doomspell Trilogy.

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Praise for The Doomspell Trilogy: The Wizard's Promise: Book 3

  • The writing is atmospheric and the plot gripping, as the children battle against awesome forces. - GOOD BOOK GUIDE

  • A fast-paced, gripping read. - TIMES EDUCATIONAL SUPPLEMENT

  • Cliff McNish writes with energy and sparkling imagination in this most compelling conclusion to an extraordinary trilogy. - NOUGHT TO TWELVE

  • After the first two novels in the series, we have a finale that grips like a vice, and is full of the pace and all the imaginative and descriptive flair we have come to expect from this remarkable author. - AMAZON

  • The characters are believable; it is beautifully written, with page after page of powerful imagery; it is utterly compulsive and inventive reading for young teens. - BIRMINGHAM POST

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Cliff McNish

Cliff McNish was born in Sunderland, but has spent most of his life in the southeast of England. His first book was THE DOOMSPELL, inspired by a story he told his daughter. Since then he has published THE SILVER SEQUENCE and the acclaimed stand-alone supernatural thrillers, BREATHE (winner of the Salford and Calderdale book awards), ANGEL, SAVANNAH GREY and THE HUNTING GROUND, as well as 2014's GOING HOME.

Find out more at http://www.cliffmcnish.com, and follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/cliffmcnish and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cliff.mcnish.

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