Some Very Messy Medieval Magic
Some Very Messy Medieval Magic
Some Very Messy Medieval Magic
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Pete's stuck in medieval England! Pete and his friend Weasel thought they'd closed the Time Lock. But a young page from medieval times, Peter of Bramwell, goes missing. His absence during a critical moment will forever alter history unless he's found. There's only one solution - fledgling wizard Pete must take the page's place. Accompanied by Weasel and Fanon, Pete's alligator familiar, they travel to 1173 England. But what if the page remains lost - will Pete know what to do when the critical moment arrives? Toss in a grumpy Fanon, the duke's curious niece, a talking horse, and the Circle of Stones and Pete realizes he's in over his young wizard head yet again...

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Some Very Messy Medieval Magic follows another adventure of Pete and Weasel, two kids of the twenty-first century who must learn to navigate the 1100s. As the third installment in the series, Medieval Magic features Pete struggling to deal with mistakes he has made in the past—specifically, a rupture in the Time Lock, causing a historical figure with an important role to go missing. When Pete and Weasel arrive in the twelfth century, they are instantly mistaken for the missing page and his servant. Pete is thrown into a world of earls, knights, and pretty witches.

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Some Very Messy Medieval Magic is the third book in The Adventures of Pete and Weasel series by C. Lee McKenzie. The book starts out in a very relatable classroom, but something is wrong. Pete keeps hearing Fanon, his alligator familiar, talking to him in his mind.

Pete is a wizard who made a mistake during his last adventure. Now, he and his friend Weasel need to sneak out of class and try to fix the mistake. If they don't, history could be changed forever.

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