Merlin A Fighting Chance by
  

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Merlin A Fighting Chance by

Merlin wants to help his new friend, Lancelot, become a Knight of Camelot - but it's not as easy as he hopes. Then the Lady Morgana is struck down by a mystery illness. Gaius is baffled and a new physician arrives to help. He seems to have all the answers, but Merlin suspects that there's something sinister going on. With a graphic novel element to really bring the text to life, each book covers two TV episodes.

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About the Author

RHCB Merlin fiction for Younger Readers: The Magic Begins, Potions and Poison, A Fighting Chance, Sword and Sorcery, Dangerous Quests and The Sorcerers Curse. RHCB Merlin fiction for older readers: The Dragon's Call, Valiant, The Mark of Nimueh, The Poisoned Chalice, The Labyrinth of Gedref, The Death of Arthur, Lancelot and Guinevere, The Nightmare Begins, The Last Dragonlord and The Traitor Within. Other RHCB Merlin titles include: Merlin: The Complete Guide, Merlin Mystery Activity Book, The Merlin Quest Activity Book, Merlin Potions and Spells Activity Book, The Merlin Sticker Collection, Merlin Heroes Guide and Merlin Villains Guide.

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Format

Paperback
192 pages
Interest Age: from 7 to 9

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Publisher

Bantam Children an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

1st October 2009

ISBN

9780553825015


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