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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 The Sorcerer's Tower
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'Join orphan Tamly and his best friend Kym as they embark on a dangerous mission to save their home from the evil forces that threaten it at every turn! Packed with magic, adventure, and unexpected twists and turns, bestselling author Ian Irvine’s exciting fantasy quartet for younger readers, fabulously illustrated by D.M Cornish, is a treat for readers aged 8-12.'

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Contents

* Contents derived from the Armidale, Armidale area, New England, New South Wales,:Second Look Publishing , 2017 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Thorn Castle, Ian Irvine , single work children's fiction children's
'Tamly lives with his uncle the broom maker and dreams about adventure, though he spends his whole life sweeping. But when the village's magic starts to go wrong, Tamly, the only person who can't do magic, might be the only one who can save them all.' (Libraries Australia)
Giant's Lair, Ian Irvine , single work children's fiction children's fantasy
'When the village's Book of Spells is stolen, the evil that Tamly had stopped returns, even stronger. It is up to Tamly and his friends to undertake a difficult journey, solve the riddle and retrieve their precious spell book from the evil Lord.' (Libraries Australia)
Black Crypt, Ian Irvine , single work children's fiction children's

'Tamly is determined to get his magic back and begins to study day and night, but without success. After a period of peace, the evil brothers have returned, and this time Tamly and his friends must face the undead in the reeking Black Crypt in an attempt to save their village once again.' (Publication summary)

Wizardry Crag, Ian Irvine , single work children's fiction children's fantasy

'Tamly is kidnapped and the brothers try to force him to help them raise their ancestor, Shardax. Tempting him with promises to give him magical abilities and even raise his parents from the dead they eventually blackmail him into doing what they want. Then Tamly must summon all of his courage to face his ultimate enemy with no magic at all.' (Publication summary)

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