The Third Magic

The Third Magic (ISBN 0-88899-126-6) is a fantasy book written by Welwyn Wilton Katz and published by Groundwood Books in 1988. It was for this work that Katz received the Governor General's Literary Award. It is a standalone book 215 pages in length and interweaves the legend of King Arthur within its story.

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