Hugh Lofting
The Twilight of Magic
August 06, 2019 Comments.. 842
The Twilight of Magic Hugh Lofting First published in 1930, here is a glamorous tale of castles, kings, and cavalcades of knights, of princesses, peasants, and wise women, which gives a vivid picture of the Middle Ages, when adults and children alike still believed in magic.. The Twilight of Magic First published in here is a glamorous tale of castles kings and cavalcades of knights of princesses peasants and wise women which gives a vivid picture of the Middle Ages when adults and
  • Title: The Twilight of Magic
  • Author: Hugh Lofting
  • ISBN: 9780671783587
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Twilight of Magic Hugh Lofting

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    1. Miriam says:

      This starts off as a pretty solid children s fantasy in the classic vein think a less clever and humorous Nesbit, in a medievalish setting Giles and Anne are nine year old twins, the children of a prosperous wagon wright who, we learn at once, is inexplicably in debt They decide to seek help from Agnes the Applewoman, even though most of the townsfolk think she is an evil witch because she has cats and psychic powers They get a Magic Object and have some low key episodic adventures, including a [...]

    2. Josiah says:

      Was it the Twilight of Magic Perhaps But only today s Magic could never die while the sun had the power to rise again and man had the wish to seek The Twilight of Magic, P 193 Hugh Lofting, to me, is frequently underrated as an author When he is remembered, it s almost exclusively for the books of the celebrated Doctor Dolittle series, but his writing career encompassed than just the creation of those classic novels Hugh Lofting wrote several other good books for younger readers, including Porr [...]

    3. Carmine says:

      4 , so close to a 5 Not at all part of the Doolittle series, this middle grade fantasy is really two books in one the first features twins Giles and Anne at age 10 who enlist the aid of an old woman appleseller who may or maynot be a witch She provides them with a magic whispering shell to help save their parents from crushing debt and save the kingdom from traitors.Book two focuses on Giles from age 10 to 19 in service to the king as his finder and ends with a riff on the Tristan and Isolde tal [...]

    4. Michael Sterckx says:

      Hugh Lofting was seriously wounded in the Great War, he s the philosopher on the beach In it s way this is as surreal as Alice and the nostalgia for something before science drives the magic.

    5. Rebecca says:

      cute story.

    6. Mairi says:

      T eliselt armas muinasjutt

    7. Sarah says:

      A charming tale in a medieval setting Recommended for young readers interested in pointed hats and magnificent horses.

    8. Morag Gray says:

      This one didn t do it for me at all I thought it was rather boring and predictable None of the characters stood out I liked Lois Lenski s pictures, though.

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