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The Books of Magic, Volume 3: Reckonings

The Books of Magic Volume Reckonings Timothy Hunter was an average teenager until he learned that he is destined to become the greatest magician in the world Forced to juggle the trials of adolescence with the unpredictable forces of mag

  • Title: The Books of Magic, Volume 3: Reckonings
  • Author: John Ney Rieber Peter Snejbjerg Peter Gross John Ridgway
  • ISBN: 9781852868048
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • Timothy Hunter was an average teenager until he learned that he is destined to become the greatest magician in the world Forced to juggle the trials of adolescence with the unpredictable forces of magic, Tim must also contend with those who seek to destroy him.

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    1 thought on “The Books of Magic, Volume 3: Reckonings

    1. “Reckonings” is book three in the BOOKS OF MAGIC series, but it really should have been called “Playgrounds”, because six of its seven-issue run is taken up by one story.The first issue, “What Fire Leaves Us” picks up some time after the events of “Summonings”, with Tim Hunter writing in his diary, waiting for his father to come home from the hospital after being burned by Martyn in the previous book. Gwendolyn (who used to work for Reverend Slaggingham) is staying with Tim, taki [...]

    2. Timothy Hunter is a 13-year-old boy with the possibility of becoming the world’s greatest magician–as long as he can survive his first date. Well, that and his alcoholic, guilt-ridden father. Well, not really father, kind of like a foster father, because his real father was Tam Lin (of the legend), and his mother is the Faerie Queen. Not to mention his future self, and a bunch of demons from hell that look suspiciously like Barney the Dinosaur. Confused yet? As the classic TV show Soap used [...]

    3. Warning: SPOILER ALERT!Grown-up, Magus, Sir Timothy lost his Molly in the previous volume. Barbatos, his demon says they should make another Molly. The recipe for this isn't spelled out explicitly, but it involves kidnapping Khara and Kiki, plus thirteen year old Molly to blackmail both Araquel and Young Tim respectively.Tim, together with his golem Happy, and the woodsprite Tanger go to hell in search of Molly and Crimple. In hell, Tim suffers a minor Identity Crisis, while earthwise, Sir Timot [...]

    4. Fantastic story arc for this series, "Playgrounds" - it comes off, interesting, as a decent blend of whimsical magic and nightmarish horror. There's some great humour in this and great characterization. I'm really enjoying the series, even when it's being sickeningly cute.

    5. Timothy and Molly decide to get all up in each other business while trapped in hell and a bunch of other random stories that somehow work to move the series forward. Looking forward to checking out what’s in store next for everyone's favorite fledgling magician.

    6. Tim Hunter and his girlfriend become lost in faery -- and also in Hell. Very good, with a wicked sense of humor as well.

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