The Song of the Quarkbeast

The Song of the Quarkbeast

Book - 2011
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King Snodd IV of the Kingdom of Hereford has realized that the power of magic has untold financial possibilities, and the man who controls magic controls almost anything. To this end, he has appointed as Official Court Sorcerer the odious Blix at Industrial Magic, one of only two Houses of Enchantment left in the world. With Blix's willing assistance, only one person stands between King Snodd and his plans for power and riches.
Publisher: Toronto : HarperCollins, c2011.
Edition: 1st Canadian ed. --
ISBN: 9781443407519
1443407518
Characteristics: 290 p. --

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hania4987 May 19, 2014

Fforde's wry humor is on full display in this twisted wizard tale

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Feb 23, 2014

Another captivating read that fits at home in a young adult section, but is not played down or filled only with romance. Characters have flaws and grow throughout. Very enjoyable.

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