Nin had never liked Wednesdays, but this one took the biscuit. On this Wednesday she woke up to find that it was raining buckets and that her brother had ceased to exist.
Nin realizes she is the only person to remember Toby because whoever took him is about to make her disappear too. Enter Skerridge the Bogeyman, who steals kids for Mr. Strood. With his spindle, he draws all memories of Nin out of her mother's head. She escapes to the Drift, a land filled with the fabulous and the dreadful. What is the sorcerers' secret and will Nin and Toby escape their fate at the House of Strood?
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Seven Sorcerers was a delightful surprise. It takes a potentially overused setting and gives it such a refreshingly original plot and cast of characters that I would highly recommend it.Read Full Review of Seven Sorcerers
Caro King is a masterful world builder. What Cornelia Funke does in 500 pages, she does in 300 and leaves the reader wanting more.Read Full Review of Seven Sorcerers
Some of the violence is very violent indeed, and I think I would have been troubled somewhat by it, and by the whole disturbing premise of Vanishing from one's family, at the tender age of nine.Read Full Review of Seven Sorcerers
Seven Sorcerers by Caro King is one of the most humorous, entertaining and spellbinding middle grade novels I’ve ever read.Read Full Review of Seven Sorcerers
The story is quite predictable in some parts but it doesn't mean it's not fun to read. However the ending was too quick and too abrupt.Read Full Review of Seven Sorcerers
Caro King has created a wonderful surprise in Seven Sorcerers. Not only has she created an interesting plot and great characters, but she also developed a history for the land itself.Read Full Review of Seven Sorcerers
It is slightly dangerous, totally invigorating, and has drawn me into a world in a way that few children's authors manage.Read Full Review of Seven Sorcerers
This MG book is one for all ages. If you are looking for an adventurous novel you can't put down, look no further!Read Full Review of Seven Sorcerers
This would suit older children but just a little warning - it has a slightly scary touch.Read Full Review of Seven Sorcerers
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