OK. Now it's Ivy's turn for a Quest.
...Since her brother has been grounded, she has decided to continue the search for the Good Magician on her own. But when she uses the Heaven Cent to go where she's needed most, she ends up in Mundania. There, she enlists the aid of a college student to help her get back to Xanth. That's when the real adventure begins.
...Who is this Mundane, and why does he seem to have a stronger link to Xanth than any other mundane should have? And why is Ivy more attracted to this plain, boring man than to any in her own world? And why is Com-Pewter so interested in this relationship? And where is the Good Magician?
...As always, there is lot's of adventure, and even more puns. I'm definitely ready to move on to the next novel in this series :o)
This used to be my absolute favorite Xanth novel when I was about fifteen.
This is definitely one of my more favorites ones in the xanth trilogy! A great story with many twist and turns and surprises!
I love all of his Xanth books. They're innocent but fun.
An addition to the popular long-running Xanth series.
There's nothing more exciting than a Quest, especially for a young princess of Xanth who's bored with sitting around Castle Roogna. But when Ivy uses the Heaven Cent, it takes her not to the top of Mount Rushmost, where the winged monsters gather, not to the sea where the merfolk swim-but to Mundania, a boring world, much like her own, where she meets a young college student so dull that he doesnt even beleive in magic, or princesses, or Xanth! Does he have a lot to learn!