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The Magic Manuscript summary The Magic Manuscript , series The Magic Manuscript , book The Magic Manuscript , pdf The Magic Manuscript , The Magic Manuscript 935bb14e1c Two Teenagers, Arthur And Jennifer, Unearth A Medieval Manuscript In Cornwall, In Modern England, During The Christmas Holidays While Reading The Manuscript, Jennifer Becomes Engrossed In The Story Of Fifteenth Century Lady Genevieve, A Sixteen Year Old Cornish Girl Who Escapes From Her Brother When He Tries To Marry Her To One Of The Earls Of Tudor Against Her Will Jennifer Is, In Reality, Catapulted Back To The Fifteenth Century, As Well As To England In The Sixth Century When Arthur Realizes She Is Missing, He Follows Her Back In Time


10 thoughts on “The Magic Manuscript

  1. says:

    This was a rather uninteresting take on the Arthurian legend For a story that includes time travel and Arthurian legend, I expected it to be fun than this was This was just boring and I m not sure if I m disappointed.Prior to reading the book I read some of the reviews for it on Goodreads and , but all four reviews were written by two companies, I think and I feel like a bunch of people read a completely different book than I did The book felt shoddy and rushed, like it was cobbled together out of the remains of something interesting instead of being a story of its own right.I admit that I had a slight bias while I was reading this book The reviews are all glowing, you see, and on there s an editorial review from someone who was a student of C.S Lewis although when I see reviews like that I think of them as a butchered kind of appeal to authority so I went in wondering what it was I was getting into I didn t know the person who wrote the editorial review, so I relied blindly on the glowing reviews and went in maybe with too high of an expectation for the book After I read the first chapter, I told myself to just drop the book and move on and I will try to discuss why in the next few paragraphs because there is a lot in 140 pages that I just did not love so from the get go I wasn t in a neutral state of mind But I read the whole thing because I thought for sure I would reach something that met my expectations.One of the things that bothered me about this story is time travel The whole idea of time travel view spoiler it s reincarnation, but the blurb makes it sound like time travel, so time travel is what I m calling it hide spoiler


  2. says:

    The Magic Manuscript is a brilliant combination of medieval times and modern day heart This story leads the characters through a journey of self discovery through different periods of time The plot is surrounded around a magical manuscript and an ancient sword The story weaves from ancient times, to modern day, back to ancient times, seemlessly The authors description of the world around the characters, and the characters themselves, is so memorable that readers will feel as if they were transported in time themselves, to view, if only for a short period time, the story through the character s eyes Readers who love reading fantasy similar to the mystical style of J.R.R Tolkein, but without the gruesome battles, will certainly love this 140 page historical version which brings to life the story of King Arthur, but in a very unique way The author has used reincarnation to an interesting level that will keep the readers attention and have them wondering how often fate plays it s hand Readers will certainly be yearning for the next book in the series, wanting to follow Arthur and Jennifer on their next amazing and mystical adventure.This book is also available in e book format.


  3. says:

    I received this book as a free kindle book from chosen because it involved time travel and related to the Arthurian Legends I believe this book was actually intended for an audience of teenagers and I am definitely well past my teen years and as such perhaps had too high expectations for it The basic premise of the book that the hero and heroine represent Arthur and Genevieve in three different incarnations throughout time periods is a good one, but character development was superficial and particularly in the early part of the book the verbal interaction between those in the story was very stilted and rather immature sounding They used the word Gee while talking to each other I think this book is intended in part to set the stage for the novel which follows I have not read that and probably won t but that does not mean that it shouldn t be recommended to younger readers It is not graphic in terms of sexual content or battle scenes and has some excellent descriptive sections throughout.


  4. says:

    A truely original idea with a lovely mixture of philosophy and enchantment, with surprising moments of epiphany and insight Burgess has a refreshing approach to fantasy with a positive outlook, ommiting such elements as darkness and terror, which have become so trendy in modern fantasy Parts of the book are so descriptive as to bring the reader emmediately into the scene while others left me yearning for a bit detail Personally I could have spent a bit time on the Isle of Eve Ilion and gotten to know the place better, but sometimes the appetizing taste is better, and subtle The dreamy heroine is both likeable and strong, without being predictable I m looking forward to Burgess s future works.


  5. says:

    This adventure is superb It offers a lovely plot, great characters and an incredible story Readers are likely to fall in love with the well crafted personas, a rockin hero and heroine Burgess greatly succeeds in creating a baffling world that offers tenderness and hope in the midst of complex adversity and in which pursuit of instinct and love, dedication, and shared sacrifice overcome barriers.If a picture is worth a thousand words to many people, then a fiction book like The Magic Manuscript Voyage to Eve Ilion is worth a gazillion magical journeys See my review athttp youngpeoplespavilion.com p 2001


  6. says:

    A wonderful magical storyI first read the second volume of the The magic Manuscript The Nine companions.It had captivated me even I am not normally read stories like it Now I have read the first book, The Magic Manuscript Voyage to Eve Ilion It also captivated and fascinated me, as the first did.Azara, serpent, dragen numph, Artur the shepherd boy, and King Arthur, Lady Genevieve, Lady Eve Merlin, Lancelot and Mount Azaree It all is in the story and brilliantly put together.I have so much enjoyed it and I could see myself in the magical story.A read for everyone.


  7. says:

    A wonderful magical storyI first read the second volume of the The magic Manuscript The Nine companions.It had captivated me even I am not normally read stories like it Now I have read the first book, The Magic Manuscript Voyage to Eve Ilion It also captivated and fascinated me, as the first did.Azara, serpent, dragen numph, Artur the shepherd boy, and King Arthur, Lady Genevieve, Lady Eve Merlin, Lancelot and Mount Azaree It all is in the story and brilliantly put together.I have so much enjoyed it and I could see myself in the magical story.A read for everyone.


  8. says:

    I really enjoyed this book and found it well written and developed that anyone, young or older, will certainly enjoy it Time travel and the Arthurian legend are such fun topics, and to put them both in one book is even fun It s bound to become a classic some dayat least I hope it will


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    Review will be up soon


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