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Revenge of the Witch

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • Delaney’s rural, quasi-medieval world is populated by a variety of magic creatures, and readers will look forward to discovering more of them, along with Thomas, as the series continues. A solid choice, particularly for middle school boys.
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Delaney, Joseph. Night of the Soul Stealer. (The Last Apprentice, Book Three) Greenwillow, 2007.

Delaney, Joseph. Wrath of the Bloodeye. (The Last Apprentice, Book Five) Greenwillow, 2008.

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