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  • Posted May 18, 2010

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    Reviewed by Theresa L. Stowell for

    Imagine being able to enter the world inside a painting. Curious creatures, strange landscapes, and interesting characters could lead you into realms beyond imagination.

    Melkin Womper has found a way to experience worlds that only special artists can create. As this thirteen-year-old struggles to adapt to life as an apprentice to master artist Ambrosius Blenk, he sets off on an adventure that could change his life.

    Along with his friends, Wren and Ludo, Mel must decide where his loyalties lie and whether he should aid in a rebellion that could turn his world upside down. The three must also fight against the brutality of Groot, the head apprentice, and his uncle, Adolphus Spute, the High Bailiff of Vlam.

    Published previously in the United Kingdom, this first book in a series has finally made it to U.S. audiences. You'll look forward to the U.S. publication of the following books in the series, as Wilks' fantasy world will captivate readers of all ages.

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  • Posted June 1, 2009

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    Will Surely Captivate Any Reader's Heart and Mind!

    "Mirrorscape," by Mike Wilks is the first installment in what is going to be the "Mirrorscape" trilogy when finished. With illustrious words, the author expertly describes every detail, creating a perfect image in the reader's mind although there are no illustrations throughout the book. Full of many heart-thumping moments, humorous scenes, and lovable characters, this book will surely captivate any reader's heart and mind!
    I bought the UK edition of this book off of Amazon UK, which is why I already have read it. I am extremely excited and happy that there is finally going to be a US edition!

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