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Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite
To protect both the magical and non-magical world from evil, The International Bureau of Wizards and Witches forges The Treaty of Earthly Peace with the non-magical communities of the world. The goals are to create a world where both sides could live and work together harmoniously; to educate all children from both worlds in the same schools and provide training according to their skills and abilities; and for experts of both worlds to work together within these institutions to find a cure for childhood cancer. A difficult treaty to be honored, but both sides realize that they share the common enemy in a form of a disease, and they must work together to defeat it.
Written by M.J. Logan, “Maurpikios Fiddler: The True Meaning of Magic” is set in a modern fantasy world - a story about life, love and faith. The pencil drawings are beautiful and really complement the story well. The author introduces eleven year old Maurpikios Fiddler, the main protagonist and a very well-rounded character I could easily empathize with. Logan also has this amazing figurative language that efficiently delineates all his characters, places and the scenes of the story. The skill of writing true-to-life dialogue does not come naturally to just any writer, but I think the author succeeded in doing just that in this book. It defines the story and its characters and makes the story well-paced. A novel that will definitely appeal to young readers and their family.