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The Book of Wizardry: The Apprentice's Guide to the Secrets of the Wizard's Guild Paperback – 8 May 2003
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From the Back Cover
So you want to be a Wizard . . .
It's not easy to become a Wizard, you know. Not easy at all.
The twenty-two closely guarded secrets to becoming a Wizard have never been revealed before, not in the whole history of Wizardry. I'm not sure I approve. Still, they've given me the job of teaching you, so that's what I'm going to do. By the time we've worked our way through this official handbook of the Wizards' Guild, you will have learned enough to participate in the “Wizard's Adventure,” a test of your magical knowledge found within these pages. If you successfully complete the adventure and crack the code, you will become an accredited member of the Wizards' Guild.
But first, we've got a lot of work to do. You have to learn how to make your own Wand and Wizard's Tools, discover your Wizard's name, and switch on Wizard's Power. Oh yes, and read your future in the Wizard's Oracle, practice Star Magic, discover the best times to work magic, and-well, maybe we'd better just get started.
Pay attention. Pay very close attention. Your Wizard's training is about to begin . . . .
About the Author
J. H. Brennan (Ireland) is the acclaimed author of over 90 books, both fiction and non-fiction, including Forbidden Truth, The Alien's Handbook, and The Spy's Handbook (all published by Faber & Faber), Death: The Great Mystery of Life (Carroll & Graf), Martian Genesis and The Atlantis Enigma (both published by Dell), The Magical I Ching and Time Travel (both published by Llewellyn), and the popular Book of Wizardry (Llewellyn) under the alias Cornelius Rumstuckle. His works have appeared in more than fifty countries in Europe, Asia, North and South America, and Australia. Brennan is best known for his young adult fiction series, Herbie Brennan's Faerie Wars (Bloomsbury) with combined sales exceeding 7.5 million. The creator of several role-playing books, his solo fantasy gamebook series GrailQuest (Dell) has sold over 6.5 million copies. He resides in County Carlow, Ireland with his wife and ten cats.
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I ordered mine as a used copy with a description of very good condition, I have to say it was in perfect condition, you couldn't tell it had been used! The delivery came quickly from America to spain.
Going off of my daughters reaction I would def recommend this book ( my daughter is 9 and very much into wizards of waverley place)
Things in my world I found I can do
My boss said things appear in the world all ready while I am reading the
Book and I am very happy too to read my job on Earth is make people
Happy with my smile every where I go
Untill my body gives me up than I Will
Go to my world I am waiting for a book to come to me I am very secret
About my books because some people can use my books for bad sizn Mrs j E WARES
The way of writing is not serious at all, its very childish, has fake certificates, and half of it its actually a game with levels....
Not pleased at all for the reason I bought it
BUT its at least a nice book for kids 9-13 years old.
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