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ISBN:
0440415136
Author:
Erica Farber,J.R. Sansevere
Category:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language:
English
Publisher:
Yearling (July 10, 2001)
Pages:
240 pages
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by Erica Farber (Author), . When Niko, Walker, and Aurora all meet, they form The Circle of Three.

by Erica Farber (Author), . They have to activate all of the nine charms and place them in the sacred throne before the Dragons give them to, "The Dark On. The Dragons are a group of evil warriors who try to steal the nine charms and give them to The Dark One. At a young age, Aurora had an encounter with the Dragons. They took Aurora's big brother.

The first volume in a thrilling new fantasy trilogy in which the characters must fight evil using only their wits. and nine special charms. Walker, ever the class clown, reaches into a fountain on a school field trip and sees that the joke is on him when he finds himself in the middle of a training camp for soldiers, worlds away from his own. Niko wants to be a warrior, but his master insists he learn the ways of a philosopher. When he rebels against his master’s quiet ways, he finds the path to his destiny, but the price he must pay for becoming a hero is greater than he ever imagined.

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July 2001 : USA Paperback.

Book 1 is Circle of Three, Book 2 is Secret in the Stones. I am looking for book 3 in the Tales of the Nine Charms Series. Any help would be appreciated. Book 1 is Circle of Three, Book 2 is Secret in the Stones.

Find nearly any book by . Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780385326131 (978-0-385-32613-1) Hardcover, Delacorte Books for Young Readers, 2000. Swamp Thing (LC & the Critter Kids Magic Days Book by Erica Farber, .

Why, then, the survival of this grisly tale? I would argue that The Warlock’s Hairy Heart has survived intact through the . The hero in this tale, however, is not even interested in a simulacrum of love that he can create or destroy at will

Why, then, the survival of this grisly tale? I would argue that The Warlock’s Hairy Heart has survived intact through the centuries because it speaks to the dark depths in all of us. It addresses one of the greatest, and least acknowledged, temptations of magic: the quest for invulnerability. The hero in this tale, however, is not even interested in a simulacrum of love that he can create or destroy at will. He wants to remain forever uninfected by what he regards as a kind of sickness, and therefore performs a piece of Dark Magic that would not be possible outside a storybook: he locks away his own heart.

The first volume in a thrilling new fantasy trilogy in which the characters must fight evil using only their wits . . . and nine special charms.Walker, ever the class clown, reaches into a fountain on a school field trip and sees that the joke is on him when he finds himself in the middle of a training camp for soldiers, worlds away from his own. Niko wants to be a warrior, but his master insists he learn the ways of a philosopher. When he rebels against his master’s quiet ways, he finds the path to his destiny, but the price he must pay for becoming a hero is greater than he ever imagined.Aurora can do simple gypsy magic tricks, but even she doesn’t know the true depths of her power until a mysterious woman asks to have her cards read and begs Aurora to come to her aid.Drawn together by forces they don’t understand to combat an evil they can’t imagine, their only weapons are nine simple charms.
  • Mitars Riders
I have just finished reading the first book in the trilogy, The Tales of the Nine Charms. It is called, Circle of Three, and is writen by Erica Farber. The main characters are Walker, Niko, and Aurora. Walker is a boy from our world and is a class clown. One day, he reaches into a fountain and gets sucked into a different world of swords and magic and he becomes, "The Bearer." Niko is from the world that Walker gets sucked into and is studying to be a philosipher. But one day, he sneaks away from his study hall and goes into a sacred room that houses the castle swords. His master comes in and tells him to choose one of the swords. He chooses a special sword that contains the nine magic charms and he becomes, "The Chooser." Aurora is a girl from a gypsy camp and only has little powers. But all that changes one day when a lady comes and asks to have her cards read and Aurora finds the true depths of her power and she becomes, "The Protector." When Niko, Walker, and Aurora all meet, they form The Circle of Three. They have to activate all of the nine charms and place them in the sacred throne before the Dragons give them to, "The Dark One." The Dragons are a group of evil warriors who try to steal the nine charms and give them to The Dark One. At a young age, Aurora had an encounter with the Dragons. They took Aurora's big brother. Later, he becomes the best Dragon warrior ever. This book takes place in a different world that has magic, swords, basically like Medival times, but in a differnt world. This is my favorite book ever! I read the first two books back in 5th grade and i re-read the first one again this year.
  • Kulabandis
Alright, first things first; I love fantasy, love to write, and love a good, well-thought-out character.
Well, this story most certainly has fantasy...but I have to say I was a bit disappointed. The story itself was actually quite good -- more less like something I myself might write -- but many of the finer details of the book were let to go astray. The style, although it improves as the book moves on, is at first very messy and a bit unorganized. And it was the characters themselves that had me the most frustrated. Walker is a class clown from present times who, by both fate and magic, winds up in the past. His present day jokes are very forced and unimaginative, and he seems to lose all sense of humor almost immediately after he travels to the past. And I mean this in a way where he doesn't seem the character. Niko (nice name) is a boy who wants desperately to be a warrior, but is being trained as a sort of philosopher. Unfortunately, unless you read the back of the book, it's a bit unclear about the philosphy part till near the end. Sometimes his character seems wise and brave, but other times the authors make hime out to be stupid and cowardly. Araura is a gypsy girl whoes character is so weak, that it consists of nothing but facts and the occasional "visionary" dream. Finally, I must say that it is very...annoying...when these characters suddenly remember some long-forgotten mystery or helpful bit of information just in time to save their necks.
So, do I discourage reading this book? Well...if you really enjoy fantasy then you just might really love it. But like I said, it strongly reminds me of some of the stories I write, only not so well-written ~ and I'm only 13! Will I read future books in this series? Maybe, but I'm certainly not going to go out of my way to.
  • Shalizel
I wanted to like this book more than I did. There's lots going for it, appealing outlines of characters, a decent plot, an intriguing world, but it somehow just doesn't come together. As one other reviewer points out Walker's sense of humor disappears has soon as he gets pulled into another world. All too often the characters remember bits of prophecy only after they've done the right thing without realizing it. What's the point of being given a poem if you don't even try to use it or recognize it? I'd like to have seen the eastern philosophy better integrated and the quantum physics that the authors speak of, certainly wasn't in evidence! The writing is a bit pedestrian. I didn't mind the stuck in the middle of things ending, pretty typical of trilogy fantasies. I enjoyed the book and will probably read the next one - but I'll be looking for it at the library, rather than paying money for it. I'd say this fantasy was for the under 12 crowd, older fantasy fans should check out Phillip Pullman or Tolkein.
  • Thundershaper
I have read this book and the second in the trilogy (The Secret in the Stones). I enjoyed both books. It is refreshing to find some children's fictional writers who use their imagination. Many authors are trying to write about everyday things. I miss those who venture into the fantasy and science fiction realms. If you liked Harry Potter then you will probably mostly enjoy this one too.
I will note, however, that sometimes the overlapping story lines of the individual characters can be a bit much for younger readers.
  • Kifer
The story of three young people:
Walker, the class clown, never imagined that one day he would fall into a fountain into a training camp worlds away.
Niko dreams of being a warrior, but his master teaches him all about philosophy. When Niko disobeys his master to learn the ways of a warrior, he begins his destiny-but being a hero is a little different than he imagined.
Aurora is a gypsy who knows how to do only the littlest things within her magic, but she must reach deeper inside herself to bring out her true power.
The Chooser, Bearer and Protector must join together to fight the Dark, or evil will befall the world.
This is a truly stunning book. I recommend it to all fantasy lovers.