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A Spell for Chameleon by Piers Anthony uses easy vocabulary words and is simple to read The story line consists of surprises around every corner It opens your mind to the imagination and is almost never predictable Xanth was the enchanted land where magic ruled Every citizen had a special that spell only he could cast That is except for Bink of North Village He was sure that he possessed no magic and knew that if he didnt find some soon he would be exiled According to the Good Magician Humpfreys demon the all-knowing creature under his control said that Bink was as powerful as the King or even the Evil Magician Trent Unfortunately no one could determine his form of magic Meanwhile Bink was in despair If he didnt find his magic soon he would be forced to leave the land of Xanth The King of Xanth at the time was a nimble old and ignorant man who could command the weather He did not like the Good Magician Humpfrey And so when Bink got a note from Humpfrey that said he had magic and took it to the King he did not accept it The king banished him from Xanth to the outside lands of Mundania Mundania was the land of no magic almost like our world today When Bink steps outside the force field protecting Xanth he is captured by the Evil Magician Trent The Evil Magician Trent puts Bink and Chameleon she was trying to find a cure for her magic in a small underground prison He tells them about his plan which is to send in his Mundanian Army into Xanth Trents plan sounds like a good one but Bink doesnt trust him He doesnt Trust Trent because he has a past record of being mean and evil Bink and Chameleon escape and try to sabotage Trents only weapon against the force field They find the weapon on a ship
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