books about: wizard
White Night (The Dresden Files, Book 9)
Fight or Flight
White Night, being the 9th book in The Dresden Files, is the first Jim Butcher book I ever bought new when it came out. I was introduced to the series via the short lived Sci-fi channel adaptation, and White Night was the first book to come out after being introduced to the world. I quickly bought and read all the other novels after enjoying the show so much, so that by the time White Night was ...
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
J. K. Rowling
Harry Potter #3 book on CD
This is the 3rd in the series that I have listened to. Jim Dale does an excellent job of reading and interpreting the Harry Potter books. You have a hard time believing all those voices are his!
The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists: Coping with the One-Way Relationship in Work, Love, and Family
Julian Day Publications
Worth the $16
I lived with my (now ex-)best friend in an apartment for two years during college and found out during that time that something is not right with her. She constantly either talks about herself or talks down about others and is always looking for attention. She actually admitted that she would rather people be mean to her than ignore her (I stopped talking to her after getting sick of her ...
Hawaii The Big Island Revealed: The Ultimate Guidebook
Wizard Publications Inc., 2005
Excellent book for Trip Planning
This guidebook is amazing. It is user friends, well documented, and has great tips for traveling in Hawaii. I heard about it from a friend and I am very thankful to have bought it for my trip. It gives you lots of hands on suggestions that are priceless for a nice getaway to Hawaii.
Oahu Revealed: The Ultimate Guide to Honolulu, Waikiki & Beyond
Wizard Publications Inc., 2004
Awesome book to have if you are visiting Hawaii for the first time!
This is a great book to have if you are visiting hawaii for the 1st or second time. Very valuable information about the island and the activities they have to offer. I would recommend this book for anyone that is looking to find information about Oahu.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: A Commemorative Pop-up
L. Frank Baum
I bought this book for my 3 year old Niece and have heard nothing but great things from her parents and grandparents about the quality of the book, how re-readable and adored it is. The prettiest pop-up book I've ever seen - at this price or any other. It's a great value, no need to hesitate to buy it.
The Soulforge (Dragonlance Saga)
Wizards of the Coast, 1998
A great insight into Raistlin Majere's past
A wonderful story that will satisfy anyone looking to know the background of "The Sly One". Without ruining the story, or spoiling the plot, this book details Raistlin's youth and Test at the Tower of the Magi. This book reveals as much of Raistlin's sensitive side, as it does his abrasive side. I would recommend reading the Dragonlance Chronicles Trilogy (Dragons of [insert season] ...
The Kingdoms & the Elves of the Reaches II (Keeper Martin's Tales, Book 2)
Journey deeper into the hidden realms
One to add to your library next to Potter and Narnia! As I said in my review of the first book, there are no lovelier fantasy books for readers of all ages than the Kingdoms books. This marvelous series is destined to become a classic. The Kingdoms are such a magical place to visit and the characters so interesting they become like friends. You can't help but love the good ones and hate the bad ...
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
J. K. Rowling
This one gets you excited for the rest of the books to come
I am reading the Harry Potter books in order and I can say that this is the best one so far. All 734 pages are perfectly written with new and exciting information on each. You will not get bored reading this book, and you will be up all night to see what happens next. In this Harry Potter adventure Harry is forced to deal with things that he may not be ready for. Between death and triumph Harry ...
Dealing With Dragons
Patricia C. Wrede
Adorable and Witty!!
What a joy to read this novel! I laughed from the opening pages! Wrede has an adorable wit that seasons every page, laughing in the face of traditional fairy tales. Tradition and what's "supposed" to be done in the fairy kingdom is just not what our main character Cimorene wants to do. What starts out as a quest to be happy turns into a bit of a mystery for her and her dragon to solve and becomes ...
Wizardology: The Book of the Secrets of Merlin (Ologies)
great book for my 12 year old grandchild who is intrigued with mythology. book was in excellent condition
The Enchanted Forest Chronicles: Dealing with Dragons / Searching for Dragons / Calling on Dragons / Talking ...
Patricia C. Wrede
I read this story expecting a typical fantastical dragon novel and instead got a comedy, drama and mystery all rolled into one! I actually laughed out loud at several places in the book and thoroughly enjoyed it. This is a great book for young adults and adults alike!
Magic Lands: Journey Beyond the Beyond
Abstract and Inventive
This coming of age tale is a masterful abstract novel. The details are great, and describe the things in a way that really lets your imagination take over and place the images in your mind. The story is great and is marvellously inventive. There are some heartwarming moments, some fearful moments, some moments of pure enjoyment, and its always fun. This is a great young adult novel for all ...
War of the Twins (Dragonlance Legends, Vol. 2)
Wizards of the Coast, 2001
One of the best books in the Dragonlance saga
War of the Twins is one of my absolute favorite books to come out of the Weis-Hickman machine. Mind-bending concepts of time travel and of the future locked in place combined with world-altering events makes for a dramatic and intense read that will keep you up late at night. It is also perhaps the most emotionally tense book in all of Dragonlance. The interactions between Raistlin and Caramon ...
The Kingdoms & The Elves of the Reaches III (Keeper Martin's Tales)
Enter the Kingdoms!
My 14 yr. old son is a huge fan of the Kingdoms books and I must admit I am too. Robert Stanek is indeed America's Tolkien, a gifted story-teller with a knack for creating believable worlds and fully-realized characters. Many of the characters become like old friends and even the minor characters truly are interesting and real. The story itself is detailed and rich but Stanek doesn't allow the ...
Talking to Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles)
Patricia C. Wrede
Always be polite to dragons
This is my son's review: The first sentence in this book says: "Mother taught me to always be polite to dragons". This is how the book got me hooked. Talking to dragons is about a boy named Daystar who lives with his mother at the edge of the Enchanted Forest. One day a wizard barges in & demands a particular sword form his mother. But to Daystar's surprise his mother melts the wizard & the ...
The Seven Songs of Merlin
T. A. Barron
Steve at Kingman, Kansas
The books are new and in perfect condition. I received the books in just a few days after I ordered them. I ordered the series for my son for A Christmas gift. They are hard bound books and they look good together on his book shelf. I am very pleased and would recommend this seller to anyone.
Test of the Twins (Dragonlance Legends, Vol. 3)
Wizards of the Coast, 2001
Time of the Twins (volume 3 of the Legends trilogy) review
Yep,this is a keeper. A very strong ending to the Weis & Hickman books of Chronicles and Legends (Chronicles leads very smoothly into Legends, and is foreshadowed at the end of the last Chronicles book by Fizban) The previous (War of the Twins) can be hard to take, because Raistlin does some horrid things, and he KNOWS they are horrid things This is a lot of fun. Its a very strong showing, ...
The Kingdoms & The Elves of the Reaches IV (Keeper Martin's Tales, Book 4)
Stanek stands with Tolkien and Lewis and his Ruin Mist is the new Narnia. My son loved it, I loved it, and we read it twice! As with Tolkien and Lewis, it is both the invented world and the people that populate it that capture the imagination. Stanek`s characters are fully developed and even minor ones are drawn with detail. The story itself is written in such a way that it is easy reading yet at ...
Magic Tree House: Books 31 & 32: Summer of the Sea Serpent, Winter of the Ice Wizard
Mary Pope Osborne
My relunctant reader zipped thru these & begged for more!
I've been struggling to find books that interest my 11 year old-delayed reader. He actually really enjoys History, so finding these books that call to his interest in history, encouraged him to zip through them, and "forced" me to buy the next 4 in the series! Thank you Magic Tree House!!
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