Book Reviews of The Merlin Conspiracy

The Merlin Conspiracy
The Merlin Conspiracy
Author: Diana Wynne Jones
ISBN-13: 9780060523206
ISBN-10: 0060523204
Publication Date: 5/1/2004
Pages: 480
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: HarperTrophy
Book Type: Paperback
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I expected this book to be an Arthurian fantasy but instead it was an adventure set (mostly) in an alternate modern-day England. Arianrhod (who prefers to be called Roddy), the daughter of a weather wizard, accidentally turns up an evil plot in the middle of the Kings Progress. But everyone seems to be convinced that since shes a kid, shes got things wrong and that the Merlin, the Kings main adviser, must be incorruptible and above reproach. Attempting magic to summon wizardly help, she contacts a boy from another realm altogether but Nick, although hed like to learn magic, is rather lost himself.
This YA novel was a thoroughly enjoyable book I liked it MUCH better than Fire and Hemlock, the last book I read by Wynne Jones. Its a must for any fans of her Chrestomanci series.
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Wonderful. Fantastic book.
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Interesting young reader's book about multi-world characters.
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Wynne gives us such endearing characters, such as Grundo, a dyslexic wizard, and Salisbury, an awakened, mobile city. Whimsical magic-user story with a dark undercurrent. Fun read.
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Diana Wynne Jones is a great fantasy writer for older kids and adults who love kid-lit.