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Paperback The Magic in the Weaving - Circle of Magic Volume 1 Book

ISBN: 0590542214

ISBN13: 9780590542210

The Magic in the Weaving - Circle of Magic Volume 1

(Part of the Emelan (#1) Series, Circle of Magic (#1) Series, and Emelan Chronological Order (#1) Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. Four elements of power. Four children to control them. Four books of magic, adventure, and fantasy. Enter acclaimed author Tamora Pierce's Circle of Magic. In Book 1 of the Circle of Magic Quartet,...

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READ ME!!!!!!!!!!!! a wonderful book that really snatches you

My mom and dad got me this book for Christmas and I had to put on that phony smile and say "Thanks, I cant wait to read it" when my mind was sayin "great! another lame book for me to pretend to read!" but was i wrong about that........ If you like .suspensful stories .magic .adventorous (please excuse me spelling) times .betrayal .and pure fun then this would be a good book for you as you can probably tell this is a fiction book soooo fiction luvers out there.....i recomend this!!!! =) not =P

Hey, not half bad! Colorful and creative

If you like Tamora Pierce, you'll LOVE this new Circle of Magic series!!! I was pleasently surprised. I'd only read one Tamora Pierce book before and thought it was a very good book, but not the best of them all. I thought that this one would be the same way. Well, I was wrong. This book is creative and original, with characters you can't help but fall in love with (the brave and generous Sandry, my favorite character; the bold and quiet Daja; the rebellios and sharp-tounged Triss; the troublesome and pleasently roudy Briar Moss, the street-boy who's probably my second-favorite character). These four, under strange circumstances, meet up and discover that they have strange magical powers. And what are they to do with them now that they know they're there? A question they have to answer. This book at a great ending and flowed beautifully. If you're into magic, adventure, and a wild assortment of characters with well-defined personalities, pick up a copy today!

Wonderful Fantasy Book

In this book, the outcast Sandry meets Tris, Briar and Daja, all young, unsuspecting mages. While Sandry has magic with thread, Daja has magic with metal, Briar with plants, and Tris with the weather. Sandry, Daja, Tris and Briar are just beginning to call Winding Circle home when disaster strikes.....

Honestly, you haven't read this book?

I hope you're just dipping into this out of idle curiosity- want to see what others think of this superb book. But maybe you're reading all these reviews because you haven't read Sandry' Book. Well, in the words of Bob Crachit, "A triumph . . . another triumph!" Sandry's Book is an enthralling story of four children that are as different as can be. Their talents are identified, and they are brought to Winding Circle Temple, where one would just expect them to learn and head out. But these are no ordinary gifts. Against all odds, Sandry, Tris, Daja, and Briar must overcome the evil that has entered the temple life. This tale is cleverly planned, beautifully written, and, in my opinion, a fresh classic by Tamora Pierce that will be enjoyed for generations to come. You don't have to look very far to find someone who had read and loved Sandry's Book. In fact, I'd venture to say that 99% of everyone that has read this has become hooked on Tamora Pierce's books. Honestly, you're missing out- get Sandry's Book soon, and you'll be opening a window into the world of fantasy.

Tamora Pierce will not let you down

Okay, I have to admit it. At first I was reluctant to read this book. Actually that's putting it mildly. I did NOT want to read this book what so ever. And that's not because Tamora Pierce is a bad author. (Oh my gosh, NO! She is my favorite.) But her Tortall books had been so good I was afraid I would miss the other characters. (I obviously have some unresolved emotional problems somewhere) Anyway I decided to wait for "First Test" to come out. Then I realized I was too broke(or cheap) to buy it in hardcover and to make a long story short I broke down and bought the first two "Circle of Magic" books in the series. And I loved them. I especially love the characters. The whole story is about these four kids, who are very diverse and unique. They are found by this mage named Niko who brings them together at this really cool place called Winding Circle Temple The four kids don't fit in with the other children so they have to live in a cottage called Discipline which is how they are all brought together to form the "magic circle". Each kid has a special magical talent, (metalcraft, weaving, plants, and weather) and in the end they have to combined their powers to save their lives. Maybe the thing that appealed to me the most was how they all had to live together, (I'm a Real World fanatic, heh heh heh.) but the story is just very very interesting and moving and I really really love it. It's right up there with the Alanna and Daine Quartets, so RELUCTANT TORTALL LOVERS LISTEN TO ME: PLEASE GIVE THIS BOOK A CHANCE-READ A SENTENCE OR TWO JUST FOR ME, YOU'LL LOVE IT
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