The Third Magic Essay

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A Book report on "The Third Magic" I'm doing the report on this book because I like this kind of adventure novel. Because it has some kind of magnet in the book, that makes me to keep reading and reading and never stop.And the story was happened in a world called Eifionydd"¦ Morgan was summoned through time to go to a different world called Nwm, on her way in she mate a boy named Arddu, so they decided to go together.After a long time they have travailed the world of Nwm, they have battled with so many monsters, witches, and bad peoples. She has gained a lot of experiments. She has destroyed the two masters who own those two powerful magic. What she was been told by her ancestor, trying to save the world by combine the two magic together, but when she used the combination of the magic, the world didn't change at all. At first she was confused, until they found the ancient and mysterious weapon: The Third Magic! Then the world was drawn into the struggle. On her way she mate King Arthur.The main characters of the story are Morgan, Arddu and her twin brother Rigan. First one Morgan as the one who's a very brave and very smart girl, she fought with a lot of bad peoples, she always learns new techniques after she won a battle, so she always gets better and better. And the second one is Arddu, since he mate Morgan at the castle of King Arthur, he helped Morgan travailed through all the adventure and battle. This boy is very brave, very carefulness and smart too. Then the...

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