The Magic Thief: Lost by Sarah Prineas

The Magic Thief: Lost

Written by Sarah Prineas

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An irascible wizard and his apprentice Connwaer set out on these entertaining, second set of adventures in this stand alone sequel. Conn, the apprentice, tells the story in a bright chatty style recounting the unexpected results of his experiment and how they can be resolved. The first adventure – The Magic Thief from Sarah Prineas is also available through Lovereading4kids.


The Magic Thief: Lost by Sarah Prineas

Conn's quest to save his city's magic has become urgent: his power stone is lost and Shadowmen, ruthless assassins, are stalking the city's people. But when Conn blows up Wizard Nevery's beloved home, he is banished by his own master. Determined to return and save Wellmet, he travels to Desh, a glittering city in the desert.


Of the series The Magic Thief:

'I couldn't put it done. Wonderful, exciting stuff' Diana Wynne Jones

'a focus for magic...I was enchanted' Joseph Delaney

About the Author

Sarah Prineas

Sarah Prineas has written several critically acclaimed science friction and fantasy short stories. The Magic Thief is her first novel and is the first in a richly imagined trilogy. Sarah lives with her husband and two children in Iowa City, where she works at the University.

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Quercus Publishing Plc

Publication date

7th May 2009




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