The Great Fox Illusion by Justyn Edwards

£7.99

YOUNG READER REVIEW

I loved this book, as even if you know what is happening at the start, everything that you know seems fake or it is the other way around. Even someone who you class as unimportant could be a key part of the puzzle. It is also good as you progress through the book you can see the people growing – their knowledge is magic… I recommend this book for 8-11 year olds. By: Katie (age 12). Rating: 5/5.

This book is about a girl called Flick Lions, who has entered a dead magician’s TV show. Others want to find out where a famed unknown trick is, but Flick needs it in order to put her family back together again. I really enjoyed it because it included what I love the most: magic, adventure, and great peril. It was really interesting to find out how magic tricks are done. I really recommend it for 7 to 12 year-olds. By: Yumi (age 12). Rating: 4.5/5.

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Description

Secrets and illusions abound as a group of young magicians competes for the prize of a lifetime in this gripping adventure, the first in an enthralling new series from debut author Justyn Edwards.

Magic is about dreaming what is impossible and making it possible. It’s the innocent young mind in all of us that loves it. We want to be filled with wonder. We want to believe. I want the winner of this competition and the recipient of my legacy to dare to dream big. So, let The Great Fox Hunt begin.”

Thirteen-year-old Flick Lions has won a place on a new television show, in which young people compete to win the legacy of the Great Fox, one of the world’s most famous magicians. But Flick isn’t interested in uncovering the Great Fox’s tired old magic tricks – she’s after something much more important. The magician destroyed her family, and this is Flick’s only chance to put things right. Inside the Fox’s house is a secret that will change the world of magic for ever, and Flick will go to any lengths to find it.