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A Kid's Review
This review is from: The Betrayal (At the House of the Magician) (Paperback)
Having hugely enjoyed the first two books in this trilogy, I couldn't wait for `The Betrayal' to come out. When I finally had a copy of the book I couldn't put it down! It gripped me on every page and the twists and turns were thrilling. The author has described the scenery and sights of Tudor London as if you were looking at it with your own eyes. For those readers who love a mix of adventure, history and romance this is perfect. `The Betrayal' taught me a lot about sixteenth century England and Queen Elizabeth I. This is definitely one of my favourite books of all time.