The Forbidden Library

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Compulsive fantasy with a brave, brilliant heroine. Metro Reminiscent of Corneila Funke's Inkheart and Neil Gaiman's Coraline ... Wexler ingeniously creates an inventive world with interesting creatures and frightening situations. School Library Journal The Forbidden Library by Django Wexler is a dream come true for book lovers, child and adult alike ... certainly deserving of becoming a classic in the future. BookZone4Boys Working in the grand tradition of children's fantasy, Wexler's off to a promising start Kirkus Reviews A charming, adventuresome fantasy from a promising new author Booklist Will gratify book lovers and fantasy experts alike The Horn Book A refreshing and unique tale - one that rises above the cliches it could so easily have fallen into - that entertains on every level. It's pitched perfectly to its audience (as well as those who are a few years older...) and, while only time will tell if it becomes a classic, it treats the familiar tropes with care and respect, leaving the reader wanting more after the final page has been turned. Starburst This is a brilliant story, and Django Wexler is a name to remember - as if you could forget it! Books Monthly, Children's Book of the Month
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serie [1], deel 2 is The Mad Apprentice, deel 3 is The Palace of Glass, deel 4 is The Fall of the Readers
RHCP Digital
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13 april 2020

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