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Books with title The Fourth Apprentice

  • The Third Apprentice

    Lana Axe

    language (AxeLord Publications, Dec. 8, 2014)
    To prove he has earned the rank of Master, one apprentice must wrest ultimate power from an ancient evil.A master sorcerer has unlocked the secret to eternal life and unlimited power. All he requires is an ancient symbol, long hidden in a land cursed by evil. With three apprentices who are willing to take on the challenge, he sends them on a perilous journey into the wild and risks losing all of them to achieve his ultimate goal.Apprentice Taren has dedicated his entire life to the study of magic. For the love of his elderly master, he will stop at nothing to retrieve the symbol. Thrust into a destiny he never expected, he must travel through uncharted lands to the tomb of an ancient sorceress. Along the way, he encounters an unlikely friend and no shortage of enemies. To complete this quest, he must forsake the life of a humble apprentice and unlock the potential within. He must prove himself a true master of the arcane.
  • The Apprentices

    Maile Meloy, Ian Schoenherr

    Hardcover (G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, June 4, 2013)
    It’s 1954, and Janie Scott is in boarding school in New Hampshire, trying to make a new life. Two years have passed since she last saw the mysterious apothecary—or his defiant son, Benjamin. All she knows is that her friends are out there somewhere, trying to keep the world safe in an age of mounting atomic power. On the other side of the world, Benjamin is treating the wounded in a jungle war, and experimenting with a magical new formula that will let him communicate with Janie across the globe.But Janie has her own experiment underway, and it’s attracting interest from sinister forces. Benjamin calls on their friend Pip for help, and they have to race to find one another, and to unravel the mystery of their powerful new enemies.A magical new adventure, following Maile Meloy’s critically acclaimed novel The Apothecary, with captivating illustrations by Ian Schoenherr.
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  • The Mad Apprentice

    Django Wexler

    eBook (RHCP Digital, May 7, 2015)
    Old Readers are supposed to live for ever, magically inhabiting the spaces between stories. They’re not supposed to die.But they can be murdered.When an ancient Reader is killed, seemingly by his own apprentice, the hierarchy of the magical world tumbles and its spider web of alliances begin to unravel.Now it’s up to Alice and the remaining apprentices to sort out the mess and catch the murderer. But the world is changing all around them. Things are not as they seem. It’s almost as if they are trapped in a strange sort of labyrinth . . .
  • The Apprentice

    Pilar Molina Llorente, Robi Longshaw, Juan Ramon Alonso

    Hardcover (Farrar Straus & Giroux, Aug. 1, 1993)
    In a novel set in Florence during the Renaissance, thirteen-year-old Arduino dreams of becoming a painter and apprentices himself to a cruel master.
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  • The New Apprentice

    Vincent Morrone, Danielle Morrone

    Paperback (The Wild Rose Press, July 29, 2020)
    For fourteen years, Z has wondered where she came from, why strange things occur around her, and what happened to her family. When she runs into an old bookstore to hide from a horde of school bullies, she starts to find the answers with the cantankerous owner, Barnabus Krane. Barnabus becomes her guardian, her magical instructor, and the family she's never had. He teaches her how to bring out the magic from within her 'Ka' and about the mystical world she never knew existed. But Barnabus also hides secrets. His connection to her past, his hunt for the warlock Blackwell, and the darkness that threatens to consume them all. The hardest lesson for Z to learn is to trust in her bond with Barnabus and believe that their relationship goes beyond family. For he's not just another magician. He is the Grand Master Sorcerer, and Z is the New Apprentice.
  • The New Apprentice

    Danielle Morrone, Vincent Morrone

    eBook (The Wild Rose Press, Inc, July 29, 2020)
    For fourteen years, Z has wondered where she came from, why strange things occur around her, and what happened to her family. When she runs into an old bookstore to hide from a horde of school bullies, she starts to find the answers with the cantankerous owner, Barnabus Krane.Barnabus becomes her guardian, her magical instructor, and the family she's never had. He teaches her how to bring out the magic from within her 'Ka' and about the mystical world she never knew existed. But Barnabus also hides secrets. His connection to her past, his hunt for the warlock Blackwell, and the darkness that threatens to consume them all.The hardest lesson for Z to learn is to trust in her bond with Barnabus and believe that their relationship goes beyond family. For he's not just another magician. He is the Grand Master Sorcerer, and Z is the New Apprentice.
  • The Fool's Apprentice

    Kelly Hess

    language (Dragon Moon Press, Sept. 1, 2016)
    Readers are raving about the BlackMyst Series by Kelly Hess!“This series is such a gripping and action packed series and one I highly recommend. I’m getting these books for my boys shelf because I know that they will love them.” – Book Lovers LifeIn the kingdom of Dragon’s Launch, young Denrikk’s aspirations of becoming a knight are dashed when he is instead apprenticed to the king’s fool. Embarrassed and devastated that his new position will ruin all hopes of winning the hand of the girl he loves—the princess Alendria— Denrikk reluctantly begins training under his new master, Fumbles, the king’s aging fool. He quickly learns, however, that being a fool in Dragon’s Launch is much more than juggling and laughing like a hyena. But when a shocking murder within the castle walls shakes the palace, all evidence points toward Denrikk. Now, with his new skills, a bit of luck, and the help of some unlikely friends, the fool’s apprentice must race to prove his innocence, all while evading capture.
  • Hex: The Apprentice

    Fran Hodgkins

    language (Brattle Publishing, Nov. 19, 2019)
    Robin West is a normal teenager living in a normal town, but when she finds out that Gram Madder makes hexes, her life gets far more complicated than she ever expected. What is a hex? It’s a painting that has the power to make things happen—or to stop things from happening. At least that’s what some people in town believe. Targeted by intolerant neighbors, Robin must protect herself and her loved ones from a force greater than she could have ever imagined.
  • Hex: The Apprentice

    Fran Hodgkins

    Paperback (Brattle Publishing Group, Nov. 2, 2019)
    Robin West is a normal teenager living in a normal town, but when she finds out that Gram Madder makes hexes, her life gets far more complicated than she ever expected. What is a hex? It’s a painting that has the power to make things happen—or to stop things from happening. At least that’s what some people in town believe. Targeted by intolerant neighbors, Robin must protect herself and her loved ones from a force greater than she could have ever imagined.
  • The Mad Apprentice

    Django Wexler, Cassandra Morris

    Audio CD (Listening Library (Audio), April 21, 2015)
    The dark and thrilling sequel to the book Kirkus called, "Harry Potter, Alice in Wonderland, and Inkheart all rolled into one"When Alice's mysterious Uncle Geryon sends her to help capture a rogue apprentice--a boy who has the same ability Alice has to Read himself into stories--she knows to expect a wild and unpredictable trip. But even though Alice has visited the magical realms inside libraries before, this adventure is far more dangerous. Because Torment, the magic creature holding this library together, has gone mad.But he might also have information about Alice's missing father.
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  • The Apprentices

    Leon Garfield

    eBook (RHCP Digital, July 31, 2013)
    Life in eighteenth-century London was hard and especially so for the city's apprentices. For seven long years they struggled for their livelihoods among the fetid houses and sinister quays of old London. But despite their hardships there was hope and even fun.This compelling story-cycle follows them round the year, through the dark, cold winter nights to midsummer in the city, The lamplighter, the pawnbroker, the midwife or the clockmaker, their stories interweave delightfully to paint a colourful picture of life in London 200 years ago.
  • The Apprentice

    M.L. Hall

    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, June 2, 2013)
    After five years of apprenticeship, Artamos De'spada travels north on a trial mission that will bring him to the climax of his training in the king's secretive Black Knight society. Accompanying him is his mentor, Adrian Rizzo "Rizz", and fellow Black Knight, Falita Kain. Artamos's mission is simple; escort of the king's betrothed safely from the Cromanian boarder to Caltania. It's a five day travel in which Artamos is required to lead Rizz, Falita, and others. But the trip is wrought with danger, and while Artamos struggles to maintain command in the face of his youth he must work to protect the king's betrothed from bandits while facing forbidden love and betrayal.