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  • Posted September 1, 2013

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    The third book in the Enchanted Attic series, twins Ophelia and

    The third book in the Enchanted Attic series, twins Ophelia and Linus, along with their British friend Walter, have decided that they would bring out D'Artagnan, the main character in "The Three Musketeers". Unfortunately, Ophelia also brought Lady DeWinter, the villain and a thief who can't stand D'Artagnan. But that is the least of their worries. The Pierce School For Young People, (a school that the twins' dear friend Walter attends and lives in) is threatened to be closed by Madrigal Peirces' evil brother. As the owner of the school, Madrigal Pierce must find a way to keep her greedy brother from selling the school. Ophelia and Linus think up a plan that could work, but the storybook people must cooperate or else Walter will have to move back to London! Just like the other two books, the story is compelling, and the characters are well described. I really liked this series, and the writing was really entertaining!

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