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Although both books are fantasy and steeped in magcial rea I received an ARC copy of this book from the publisher, Open Road---who publish a wide variety of very fine books in all genres, in exchange for an honest review.
Although both books are fantasy and steeped in magcial realism, The Red Magician in clearly in the genre of YA, and Walking the Labyrinth is definitely not.
Molly, both a member of this powerful yet odd family, but not of the inner circle, embarks on a quest to find a lost family member who may have been murdered, perhaps by another family member, and in the process track down the origins of the secret Order of the Labyrinth and encounters very real and dangerous opposition.
I found the first two thirds of this book to be a thrilling page turner that slowed down only when it came time to unravel the mystery.
His father is the owner of the Map Center, a maps store in Providence.He was just a lot of fun to be around.”In May 2018, Mr. Goldstein, who has loved elephants since she was a child, to an elephant camp on the border of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. I received an ARC copy of this book from the publisher, Open Road---who publish a wide variety of very fine books in all genres, in exchange for an honest review.""I learned--I learned that illusion is a way to truth. That there are things beyond or beneath or on the other side of what most people...think of as reality,"Our main characters, the Allalies, are a family of illusionists that trace their origin, their magical one at least, to a old secret society called The Order of the Labyrinth, which is both an actual physical, metaphysical, and magical place, but also symbolic of the twists and turns of the lives of the characters--all of whom are charged with this quest to recognize what it is that they must learn.That might be my only real complaint with this otherwise very enjoyable novel--I found the didactic element to be rather heavy handed.