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The Merlin conspiracy
Diana Wynne Jones
Teen Fiction JONES

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Kelley said:
This is such an awesome book!! It's about this girl and this boy who live in different universes and then wizards and people can travel between the universes. In this girl's country called Blest (which is kind of like the U.K.), the Merlin (who is the chief wizard) dies. Everyone thinks it's just a heart attack but the girl overhears some other people in the King's Court saying how they have given the people enchanted water so they can take over Blest. Then the girl finds out that if something powerfully magic happens in Blest, all the universes will be affeected and everything goes crazy. It's really awesome because just when you think noting else can happen, another whatever pops up! i reccomend this to EVERYONE ON THE PLANET!
posted Jun 15, 2005
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