Archie Greene and the Magician’s Secret

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On his twelfth birthday, Archie Greene receives a letter and a book. His grandmother tells him that he needs to go to visit his cousins so he can get his admittance into a secret library that is only for people who know about magic. While he is there he finds out he is a book whisperer, but Greeders, people who want to take all the magic for themselves, are coming to their town. Archie Greene must find a way to keep his newfound abilities safe and keep the library safe from the Greeders.

Archie is a very nice person, and he is very willing to help people when he can. I liked that even though this would have been a great book without Archie having powers, it was fun to see what it was like when Archie could talk to books. It was interesting to see how the plot was developed, and how Archie was lonely at first but then found out he had cousins and got to have a good friendship with them. If there are any more books in this series I would love to read them!

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Author D. D. Everest
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 320 pages
Publisher HarperCollins
Publish Date 21-Apr-2015
ISBN 9780062312112
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Issue May 2015
Category Tweens


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