Thursday, 17 January 2013

The Wizard Of Rondo

An old music box, painted with scenes of villages, dark forests, a castle on a hill and an evil queen in a blue long gown, has been handed down through Leo’s family. Now it belongs to Leo, and although he respects the rules his least favourite cousin does not. When the rules are broken, Leo’s ordered life changes forever as they plunge together into the fantastic world of Rondo. As they do Leo, Mimi and their friends are on a quest mission throughout Rondo.

It has a lot of complex and describable words. The book also has a lot of conceivable characters. I suggest that this book is more like to be read by an Intermediate student or someone who like a story with a sense for a mystery or clueless.


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