In misty dreams and shadowed memories Of fabled cities I have dwelt apace... In crystal splendor I have spanned the seas And clothed myself in legendary grace. --from a sixth-century poem, SONG OF DYFYDDIAETH
The world from which the stories came lies still within the astral mists... --W. B. Yeats
This book is dedicated to M. Jerry Weiss devoted friend of students, teachers, and wizards
with special appreciation to Jennifer Herron
Many are the mirrors I have examined; many are the faces I have seen.
This is book four in the national bestselling saga of young Merlin, destined to become the greatest wizard of all time.
Something wicked is lurking in the swamplands on the magical isle of Fincayra-an encroaching evil intent on destroying the land-and only young Merlin possesses the power to stop it.
Merlin must embark on a journey through the haunted land to find his stolen sword. But then he discovers a magic mirror capable of altering a person's destiny-and the visage he finds within the glass is someone he never imagined he'd see . . .
"Young sorcery fans...set aside Harry Potter and pick up Merlin." (The Cincinnati Enquirer)
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