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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

Geoff Taylor was born in Lancaster, England in 1946. He studied Graphic Design at Chesterfield College of Art. After five years or so of working in advertising agencies in Nottingham, Geoff turned to illustrating book covers for most of the top fantasy writers of our time, both adult and children's fiction. Geoff was one of the illustrators for the legendary Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of ''The War of the Worlds'' album. Since 1994 he has added to some of the rich imagery of ''Games Workshop'' and the Black Library. Perhaps his true passions are best reflected in his wildlife paintings, especially wolves. He now lives in Cumbria with his wife. Find out more from his website

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