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Missing Harry Potter . . .

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Posted on 26 Apr 2012, 10:56:39 BST
Colin says:
Percy Jackson is a bit samey. Try Lari Don's First Aid for Fairies and other Fabled Beasts - there are some realyl scarey fairies and some brilliant battles.

Posted on 28 Apr 2012, 10:49:19 BST
Try 'Dunderheid McCan't', Kindle edition, by Clare Parker. Plenty of action - with a touch of magic.

Posted on 29 Apr 2012, 17:17:09 BST
FSamuel says:
you could also register at www.Pottermore.com plenty of activity there and it is free :)

In reply to an earlier post on 1 May 2012, 09:22:31 BST
Is that Chocolat Joanne Harris? It sounds unlikely but if it is, thanks for the heads up. I love her stuff.

Posted on 1 May 2012, 11:11:57 BST
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Posted on 1 May 2012, 13:50:08 BST
M. Davis says:
You could always try the K'Barthan Trilogy by M T McGuire - the third one isn't out yet but I loved one and two. They're a bit like Harry Potter but with more humour, the main character is a person with eyes in the back of his head who becomes a getaway driver. The first one is called Few Are Chosen and the second one (just out) is called The Wrong Stuff.

Posted on 2 May 2012, 13:05:58 BST
The Adventures of Caitlin Haq

Posted on 4 May 2012, 23:13:48 BST
Last edited by the author on 4 May 2012, 23:23:06 BST
C. Pickup says:
We moved on to The Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell, the Mortal Engines series by Phillip Reeve and the master himself, Terry Pratchett (try Going Postal for a taste of him at his best) . They are all brilliant!! Holes is another quality book by Louis Sacher (one of the best books I've read ever- it doesn't waste a word). Oh and the Hunger Games series for older readers is a popular one at the moment,too.

Posted on 5 May 2012, 18:59:33 BST
C. J. Busby says:
Diana Wynne Jones is the author who inspired much of Harry Potter = go and check out the original of many aspects of J.K.Rowling's fantasy.

Posted on 6 May 2012, 07:40:38 BST
Simon says:
I can recommend a new magical fantasy bookA Quarter of Magic
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