Wizardology The Book of the Secrets of Merlin Ologies MOBI

Wizardology The Book of the Secrets of Merlin Ologies MOBI

Wizardology The Book of the Secrets of Merlin Ologies ❰Ebook❯ ➩ Wizardology The Book of the Secrets of Merlin Ologies Author Master Merlin – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Aspiring wizards can tune in to the age old wisdom of Merlin with this dazzling compendium of all things magical — unveiling novelty elements throughout For any apprentice determined to learn the ar Aspiring wizards can tune in to the Book of eBook ↠ age old wisdom of Merlin with this dazzling compendium of all things magical — unveiling novelty elements throughout For any apprentice determined to learn the arcane arts of wizardry could there be a better teacher than Merlin himself originally discovered in this remarkable text by history's most respected wizard is revealed to the world for the very first time Wizardology The PDF \ Lavishly illustrated by four delicate artists WIZARDOLOGY's intricate design even conceals a series of hidden symbols that spell out a secret message when their code is deciphered — if the reader is clever enough to find them Among WIZARDOLOGY's special features are a glittering crystal ball like jewel on the front cover a world map showing locations of wizards around the globe tactile samples of a fairy flag The Book of ePUB ☆ with one wish remaining and a phoenix feather to aid in flying charms booklets explaining the proper use of spells familiars and potions a removable dragon pendant allowing the user to dowse for mythical beasts a pack of eight removable fortune tellling cards a page mini book of divination on the final spread.

  • Hardcover
  • 30 pages
  • Wizardology The Book of the Secrets of Merlin Ologies
  • Master Merlin
  • English
  • 14 February 2016
  • 9780763628956

10 thoughts on “Wizardology The Book of the Secrets of Merlin Ologies

  1. Emma Michaels Emma Michaels says:

    Oh my goodness this is SOOOOO CUTE It has so many side stories in it that are a lot of fun to read including cautionary tales tales about wizardry stories about Merlin and fun explanations about mystical creatures different types of wizards around the world and I found it on my fiance's shelf and decided I wanted to read something fun so gave it a go It was wonderful and now I want to check out the other stories by this author but what I loved most about it what how it was formatted It was wonderful to look at with unfolding pages on desks moving images on walls opening miniature books and I LOVE it I want The illustrations are just so gorgeousSincerelyEmma MichaelshttpEmmaMichaelsBlogspotcom

  2. Lauren Brant Lauren Brant says:

    Wizardology is a very visually appealing book It is a large book with many things to touch open and peek into and includes gems and crystals in the front cover It is written as if it is true and by Merlin the Wizard This book would be considered informational fantasy because it has the appeal of being true and that anyone can follow these steps and concoct these potions to become a real wizard I think this would be an enjoyable book for children who like the escape of reality and want to use their vivid imaginations to live in a world of wizards and magic

  3. Randie D. Camp, M.S. Randie D. Camp, M.S. says:

    I loved all the facts and secrets in this book The illustrations and captions were very detailed beautiful and insightful My son really enjoyed the flaps and hidden secrets scattered throughout the book Perhaps the best thing about this book is that focuses on the classic talessecrets of Merlin and wizardry Don't get me wrong I am all for Harry Potter but there is much to wizardry and magic and this book is a nice introduction to that

  4. Ash Ash says:

    This book is one of those rare but beautifully made books that I just love to collect I love nothing than opening this book to gaze upon the amazing artwork and interesting and detail information that is supposedly the Secrets of Merlin it reminds me of the Egyptology book in several aspects but I must admit I do enjoy reading this one than the others Personally it hasn't really shown me anything particularly new however I do read far too much Fantasy Fiction for it to be healthy for any one person But it presents everything so beautifully and it is a wonderful addition to my library5 Stars

  5. Josh Miller Josh Miller says:

    This one was pretty good as well I definitely liked the dragon one better though

  6. Sophie Crane Sophie Crane says:

    very enjoyable and perfect for children they go to great efforts in the inventiveness of their stories Interesting to say the least

  7. Scott Shjefte Scott Shjefte says:

    A marvelous collection of magical lore Unfortunately my copy is missing a few of the detachable inserts Very well put together

  8. MissInformation MissInformation says:

    Wizardology claims to be the teacher of the secrets of Merlin created by Merlin himself from his imprisonment in an oak tree by his disobedient student Vivienne Merlin uses what little magic he has to “cause the oak tree to be cut down and made into this book” p30 The purpose of the book is to return the knowledge of true wizardology to the world The reader is addressed as a candidate for apprenticeship Topics covered include wizard history wizard tools the wizard’s workshop familiars magical beasts alchemy divination potions and spellcraftProduced by four illustrators the book is rich in sophisticated illustrative detail The well organized consistent layout facilitates digestion of fairly dense text The cover is embellished with a crystal ball like “jewel” and silver leaf There are fold outs or inserts on almost every spread One “portfolio” contains a small deck of fortune telling cards another a “phoenix” feather and another a book of advice on the future from Merlin’s owl familiar A code of symbols also runs through the pages with a secret message for the deciphererThis book creates a beautiful impression though the “facts” are flights of fancy with passing references to well known magical legends The fantasy fan will enjoy the serious treatment of the topics The tone of the writing is conversational but subdued This combined with the density of text and graphics on each page make it suitable for reading in bits at a time and not cover to cover A reluctant reader may lose interest after the charm of the foldout gimmicks wears off As a reference style work the lack of a table of contents index page numbers and glossary are missed

  9. Emily Emily says:

    Good read for fans of Merlin The historylegend of how Merlin was born is accurate though in the book they refer to his dad as a fairy rather than a demon as the true legend goes and the book does a great job of explaining the fact that learning magic is difficult If a parent was worried about exposing their children to the evils of wizards and magic they shouldn't worry too much with this book because the ingredients listed for potions are impossible to find and Merlin repeats again and again how magic should a never be used for evil and b only used when absolutely necessary There are a set of Tarot cards embedded in the book though that might cause some concern to the conservative parents But I was really impressed with the overall interactiveness of the book and the story of Merlin

  10. Joey Woolfardis Joey Woolfardis says:

    Whilst my uest for the truth about wizards and magic in this world may be nonsensical at times searching for that which does not exist will always be complete with trepidation this predominantly child's book has the foundations of magiclore if slightly embezzled It is like all the others however absolutely beautiful and the illustrations are greatly under appreciated

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