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An action-packed series full of mysteries, puzzles, and codes that will keep kids turning the pages. The books' striking cover art and unique packaging is sure to appeal to boys and girls alike. Jason, Julia, and Rick have discovered one of the secrets of Argo Manor -- the Door to Time. Now the door has transported them to Ancient Egypt, a mysterious land of labyrinths, rid An action-packed series full of mysteries, puzzles, and codes that will keep kids turning the pages. The books' striking cover art and unique packaging is sure to appeal to boys and girls alike. Jason, Julia, and Rick have discovered one of the secrets of Argo Manor -- the Door to Time. Now the door has transported them to Ancient Egypt, a mysterious land of labyrinths, riddles, and secrets. But when they are accidentally separated, Julia ends up at Argo Manor again -- and she can't get back to Egypt, or the boys. Now Jason and Rick have to find the long-lost map of Kilmore Cove, hidden somewhere in the past. But where? And with the wicked Oblivia Newton and her servant, Manfred, on their trail, the stakes are higher than ever. . . .


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An action-packed series full of mysteries, puzzles, and codes that will keep kids turning the pages. The books' striking cover art and unique packaging is sure to appeal to boys and girls alike. Jason, Julia, and Rick have discovered one of the secrets of Argo Manor -- the Door to Time. Now the door has transported them to Ancient Egypt, a mysterious land of labyrinths, rid An action-packed series full of mysteries, puzzles, and codes that will keep kids turning the pages. The books' striking cover art and unique packaging is sure to appeal to boys and girls alike. Jason, Julia, and Rick have discovered one of the secrets of Argo Manor -- the Door to Time. Now the door has transported them to Ancient Egypt, a mysterious land of labyrinths, riddles, and secrets. But when they are accidentally separated, Julia ends up at Argo Manor again -- and she can't get back to Egypt, or the boys. Now Jason and Rick have to find the long-lost map of Kilmore Cove, hidden somewhere in the past. But where? And with the wicked Oblivia Newton and her servant, Manfred, on their trail, the stakes are higher than ever. . . .

30 review for The Long-Lost Map

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ana

    Im FLYING through these books! This one was so much better than the first one! Really loved every character! I just wish Julia didn’t lose the key in the end, she shouldnt have dropped it for real, she could have simply pretended. And the boys could have been smarter in the end, regarding the map but i’m sure it will all work out Other than that, LOVED IT

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

    This book was better than the first in the series. That one all felt like a gearing up to this one. At the end of the last book, twins Julia and Jason, and their friend Rick found a magic boat that took them to ancient Egypt. That's where they are at the beginning of this book. Very soon after they reach Egypt, Julia finds herself back at Argo Manor in the present, but Jason and Rick cannot get back. They find out Ulysses Moore, the previous owner of Argo Manor, had also been in ancient Egypt, an This book was better than the first in the series. That one all felt like a gearing up to this one. At the end of the last book, twins Julia and Jason, and their friend Rick found a magic boat that took them to ancient Egypt. That's where they are at the beginning of this book. Very soon after they reach Egypt, Julia finds herself back at Argo Manor in the present, but Jason and Rick cannot get back. They find out Ulysses Moore, the previous owner of Argo Manor, had also been in ancient Egypt, and they search for a map that he left there. The only problem is that Oblivia Newton, Ulysses Moore's enemy is also in ancient Egypt, and looking for the same map, and if she finds it first, how will they get back? At the same time, Manfred, Oblivia's henchman, is trying to break into Argo Manor, and only Julia and an ancient housekeeper can keep him out. Okay. The plot is a little odd, but for adventurous escapism fiction, this book is about as appealing as potato chips...but just as well-rounded of meal. This book did have less puzzles, and more of a straightforward adventure plotline, but it worked better as a whole book than the first in the series does.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tyas

    Finally I finished reading the second book! I really love Jason and Rick. Not that I don’t like Julia, but her role is not too big in this book, she being returned to Argo Manor as she walked through the door in an attempt to escape a falling wall in the City of Punt. (If you have forgotten, that’s the city to which the magic ship Metis, hidden in a grotto under Argo Manor, brought the twins and Rick at the end of the first book.) Even so, she underwent a great shock, when during a fight with Man Finally I finished reading the second book! I really love Jason and Rick. Not that I don’t like Julia, but her role is not too big in this book, she being returned to Argo Manor as she walked through the door in an attempt to escape a falling wall in the City of Punt. (If you have forgotten, that’s the city to which the magic ship Metis, hidden in a grotto under Argo Manor, brought the twins and Rick at the end of the first book.) Even so, she underwent a great shock, when during a fight with Manfred, Oblivia Newton’s dog, she made the man fall from the edge of a cliff. Even an adult would be shocked when they for the first time caused a man’s death, despite accidentally. Riddles and mysteries still colour the second installment of the Ulysses Moore series, a nice way for children (and adults alike) to test their skill in mystery-solving while enjoying an entertaining tale of adventure.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Eirini Robin

    Wish I was younger to first read this book and the previous one! It is gonna fit perfectly to any kid 8-13 that seeks for adventure and has got a vivid imagination :) Yet at the age of 18+, I found it quite nice and easy-to-read-on-a-boring-day. It made me feel much better as it brought back reading memories of similar series of books like "The Five" and so on... I thought that the writing style was rather simplified but, really now, what on earth was I expecting??? It is not actually adressed to Wish I was younger to first read this book and the previous one! It is gonna fit perfectly to any kid 8-13 that seeks for adventure and has got a vivid imagination :) Yet at the age of 18+, I found it quite nice and easy-to-read-on-a-boring-day. It made me feel much better as it brought back reading memories of similar series of books like "The Five" and so on... I thought that the writing style was rather simplified but, really now, what on earth was I expecting??? It is not actually adressed to my age group or my rather broad vocabulary, but still when I put all these 'personal-features' aside, it was a rather refresing reading. Enjoy ;)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    The adventure continues, for the twins and their friend. This time, the action gets divided in two parts: Ancient Egypt and the old Argo Manor. In both settings there are difficulties for the heroes to overcome. Although with Julia, the story gets more informative, allowing for some answers to the previously unsolved questions of the first book. And with Jason and Rick, more mysteries are presented. The bad guys get "baddier", and there's also the chance to see things from their point of view, whi The adventure continues, for the twins and their friend. This time, the action gets divided in two parts: Ancient Egypt and the old Argo Manor. In both settings there are difficulties for the heroes to overcome. Although with Julia, the story gets more informative, allowing for some answers to the previously unsolved questions of the first book. And with Jason and Rick, more mysteries are presented. The bad guys get "baddier", and there's also the chance to see things from their point of view, which is a plus. Another nice and easy book to pass the time if you're not in middle school. If you are, then it should be a great adventure book indeed.

  6. 4 out of 5

    FotiniP

    Actual rating: 3.50 It was okay, not quite as good as the first one but luckinly I hadow expectations starting this book and it fullfilled those. I don't usually read these kind of books, I'm more of a young adult reader, but it wasn't bad and I'd recommend it if you like this genre Actual rating: 3.50 It was okay, not quite as good as the first one but luckinly I hadow expectations starting this book and it fullfilled those. I don't usually read these kind of books, I'm more of a young adult reader, but it wasn't bad and I'd recommend it if you like this genre

  7. 5 out of 5

    Filipe

    definitely the 1st book is better

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kellam Venosky

    Perfect blend of Egyptian mythology and betrayal. Such a great read!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mark Buxton

    My name is Rick, and I was so excited yesterday to be invited into Argo Manor, that huge, strange house up by the ocean cliffs. Twenty-four hours later I find myself in ancient Egypt, standing in a dark room full of hundreds of slimy snakes. Jason and I can't get back through the time-traveling door until we solve the riddle clues left by Ulysses Moore. We must find a map hidden in The Room That Isn't There, but everyone says the room and map don't really exist. That doesn't make sense. A young My name is Rick, and I was so excited yesterday to be invited into Argo Manor, that huge, strange house up by the ocean cliffs. Twenty-four hours later I find myself in ancient Egypt, standing in a dark room full of hundreds of slimy snakes. Jason and I can't get back through the time-traveling door until we solve the riddle clues left by Ulysses Moore. We must find a map hidden in The Room That Isn't There, but everyone says the room and map don't really exist. That doesn't make sense. A young girl named Maruk is helping us, and it's a good thing too. We must search through underground tunnels that lead to thousands and thousands of possible hiding places. We now know we're in a race, because a woman named Oblivia Newton is here too. I first met her on my way to Argo Manor when her car knocked my bike off the road. We need to beat this evil woman to the map. The story picked up immediately where the first book ended, and you need to read it first. The speculative fiction aspect of this book was the time travel. Nothing else amazing happened, although there was something different about Jason that hasn't been explained yet. He was able to mentally guide their boat to the time portal, and he used his senses to search in a darkened room. Different from the first book, this one added more danger, as Oblivia and her henchman had more prominent roles in the events. Oblivia bribed and threatened Egyptians to help find the map. Manfred was left in the present day setting and planned an assault on Argo Manor. Jason's twin sister Julia had already returned from Egypt and needed to help with defending the home. You know how most (not all) books have happy endings? Well, this one wasn't exactly like that and ended with the conflicts for the next book in the series. Overall, it was a good mystery but didn't knock my socks off.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Christian Fils-Aime

    What I like about this book is that it has multiple themes. It has adventure. It has mystery and it kind of has a subtle sci-fi aspect because it has time travel. If you are like me and you are reading this for a project, this is perfect since it takes place in Ancient Egypt. It has lots of vocabulary, some of which I probably never would have heard of if it wasn’t for this book. But if you do want to read this book it is the second book in a series so you might get confused at some point, if yo What I like about this book is that it has multiple themes. It has adventure. It has mystery and it kind of has a subtle sci-fi aspect because it has time travel. If you are like me and you are reading this for a project, this is perfect since it takes place in Ancient Egypt. It has lots of vocabulary, some of which I probably never would have heard of if it wasn’t for this book. But if you do want to read this book it is the second book in a series so you might get confused at some point, if you don’t read the first book. I would rate the reading level for this book for anyone from 4th-6th grade. Maybe someone doing a summer project in 3rd grade. It might be too hard for someone in second grade since there are some words that were hard even for me to read. Not someone in 7th grade because it will probably be below their regular reading level. Something I didn’t like was that in the book they were searching for the map of Kilmore cove, but in the end when the heroes had the map in their hands the villains stole the map and almost killed the heroes. In chapter 8 “three leave three must return” I couldn’t grasp the concept that only one kid, not all three kids (jason, Julia,and Rick) came back until about chapter 13 which I find very undesirable.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Madelief Albers

    This is the second book in one of my favourite childhood series. Whereas the first book might be a bit slow for some readers, the second one is packed full with action. We slowly learn more and more about the mysterious Mr and Mrs Moore and their adventures.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cory

    This is quite cheesy, and I'm not totally on board with the characters yet, but the series is growing on me. This is quite cheesy, and I'm not totally on board with the characters yet, but the series is growing on me.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Claud10

    Even though it's a series for younger people I love it, it has a lot of adventures and fun times. I can't wait to read the next one. Even though it's a series for younger people I love it, it has a lot of adventures and fun times. I can't wait to read the next one.

  14. 5 out of 5

    tarun mishra

    Got to know just now that it's a long series... An awesome one though Got to know just now that it's a long series... An awesome one though

  15. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Lim

    In this book you might find out that world is not fair. And you will never forgive Ovlivia Newton for what she did at last. I'm still mad at her even I'm on book six. In this book you might find out that world is not fair. And you will never forgive Ovlivia Newton for what she did at last. I'm still mad at her even I'm on book six.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jaden

    A lit book but i think they should have the books before this at the back so people know what book was first.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Eva Fontcuberta

    I think it doesn’t have any excitement. I started this series because I love the authors other series but I don’t like this one.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Swaraj

    pretty good

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    Another good MG book. I read this aloud to my 9 year old brother and he thoroughly enjoyed it! The twists and turns are great.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

    i like it

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bianca

    Also cute and...most of the scene's are in ancient Egypt! Also cute and...most of the scene's are in ancient Egypt!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Becky B

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Just finished books 1 & 2 of Ulysses Moore yesterday (yes, both in the same day). Short summary: twin kids move into an old mansion that was owned for 40 years by an eccentric guy who was never seen in town. They invite over a kid to visit while their parents go back to London to finish the move. They are in the care of the housekeeper who came with the house. House has a mysterious door, they happen to find some keys and other clues and wham, they are travelling through time to ancient Egypt in Just finished books 1 & 2 of Ulysses Moore yesterday (yes, both in the same day). Short summary: twin kids move into an old mansion that was owned for 40 years by an eccentric guy who was never seen in town. They invite over a kid to visit while their parents go back to London to finish the move. They are in the care of the housekeeper who came with the house. House has a mysterious door, they happen to find some keys and other clues and wham, they are travelling through time to ancient Egypt in end book 1, start book 2 and decide they were sent there (thanks to one kid's gut) to finish a job for Ulysses Moore. They happen to figure out the job is finding an ancient map, and in less than 24 hrs they find the ancient map that everyone's been hunting for for years and then promptly have it stolen from them by the bad lady. Oh, and in the meantime the main girl was immediately taken back to England in book 2 and with the help of the groundskeeper, has to defend the house from psycho lady's henchman. The premise of the old mysterious house and cliffside town is interesting. The writing is obviously aimed at upper elementary kids. Just given the amount of action that is supposed to have taken place in less than 24 hrs (both book 1 and book 2) and the plot conveniences. I had to keep reminding myself that so as not to get overly upset at the writing for making one kid somehow know all about history, and nature, and...let's just say he would be more realistic as a laptop or robot, but in the absence of those he is a freakishly well-informed 11 year old. I also had to remind myself that it was geared at upper elementary when the kids would have disagreements, be mad at each other for 10 sec and then make up and all was hunkeydorey. Oh, and the hints of danger that never ever get realized, like several people escaping from a pit of snakes unscathed. Even the evil henchman gets knocked off of a 30+ ft cliff onto a rocky shoreline and survives with no injuries other than a broken nose! Now don't get me wrong, I believe there is often too much violence in modern kids lit, but at the same time I don't want them thinking good guys will always make it out of situations unscathed because they are good. Bad things may happen. I also had problems with because the author can't decide if the message of the books is to "just go with your guts and your dreams" or "be wise and think things through". One kid literally makes a leap in the dark in book 1 because his gut "tells him that it will all be ok," and he makes it. Other similar situations follow in books 2. The author does let the pseudo-robot kid freak out and give them a lashing about being foolish. They get to feel bad for about 1 page, and then it turns out everything worked out and random acts of foolishnesh are all ok. Scary. Ok, so interesting premise. I would have liked to see it fleshed out more for adults. In all, an innocent romp in time travel/adventure for kids...as long as they don't go trying to jump off cliffs in the dark.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Maya Mich

    When Jason and Julia move into their new house at Argo Manor, all they expected was to continue their normal lives, but what they did not know is the danger, thrill and adventure that is coming their way. Their is far more than meets the eye to their new house and the mysterious previous owner, Ulysses Moore and his wife. In "A Door to Time", the first book of the series, Julia, Jason and Rick discovered a magical door in Argo Manor. This was a door that held many secrets and great adventure fo When Jason and Julia move into their new house at Argo Manor, all they expected was to continue their normal lives, but what they did not know is the danger, thrill and adventure that is coming their way. Their is far more than meets the eye to their new house and the mysterious previous owner, Ulysses Moore and his wife. In "A Door to Time", the first book of the series, Julia, Jason and Rick discovered a magical door in Argo Manor. This was a door that held many secrets and great adventure for the three kids. When 11 year old Julia, gets separated from her brother, Jason, and their friend Rick, she does more research about the previous family, and learns more about the door, but discovers terrible news. Jason and Rick are stuck in Egypt trying to figure out the riddles Ulysses Moore left in his journal, while also trying to find their way back home. The riddle sends Jason and Rick on the hunt for a special map, yet along the way they stumble upon an old enemy. Who is unfortunately in search for the same map as the boys. This story is filled with adventure and excitement. Books that include magic, supernatural elements, adventure, danger and thrill really catch my attention and my interest. This book was really quite enjoyable and fun to read. It gave a clear picture while reading and is very creative when it comes to nonfiction novels. I would definitely recommend reading this book to anyone who enjoys reading books about making discoveries, figuring out mysteries, powerful magic and very unlikely adventures. -Maya Michaud

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lillian

    I chose this book because I found it in my library, and I decided to read it. Plus, my sister told me it was a pretty good story! This story is about three friends named Jason, Julia, and Rick. Jason and Julia are brother and sister and Rick is their friend. The three friends find a door called the Door to Time. They step inside it and find themselves in the past. But, when something goes wrong, Julia is sent back home in the present day and Jason and Rick are stuck in the past with no way out. I chose this book because I found it in my library, and I decided to read it. Plus, my sister told me it was a pretty good story! This story is about three friends named Jason, Julia, and Rick. Jason and Julia are brother and sister and Rick is their friend. The three friends find a door called the Door to Time. They step inside it and find themselves in the past. But, when something goes wrong, Julia is sent back home in the present day and Jason and Rick are stuck in the past with no way out. Now, Julia must find a way to save her brother and friend. My favorite quote in this book is "Now I know what Alive must have felt, falling down the rabbit hole. We're in Wonderland." on page 38. I really like this quote because it has a little bit of humour in it. They have no idea where they are, so Jason compared their situation with Alice in Wonderlands situation! I really liked the author's writing style because it was very descriptive. There were a couple of parts in the story where I wasn't very entertained, but overall I enjoyed this story. I would recommend this book to anybody because it's pretty interesting! No matter what kind of genre that you like, this book is a good choice to read!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The riddles in this book were cool and complicated. But these complicating riddles were solved almost right of the bat. The 2 boys got away with almost everything. They were able to just stroll into the place of life. And the girl was separated by the 2 boys. It became suspenseful and i waited for the action to start. But when the story progresses throughout the book, the girl seemed to just sit their and was used for extra pages. I would of liked this book if there were more to it than just the The riddles in this book were cool and complicated. But these complicating riddles were solved almost right of the bat. The 2 boys got away with almost everything. They were able to just stroll into the place of life. And the girl was separated by the 2 boys. It became suspenseful and i waited for the action to start. But when the story progresses throughout the book, the girl seemed to just sit their and was used for extra pages. I would of liked this book if there were more to it than just the 2 boys just automatically knowing how to solve them. I also thought it would have been better if the girl was more cautious of the stranger she encounters after shes separated. I did like the mysterious feel sometimes of what will happen. But most of the time it was predictable. Plus, the bad guy(girl) was just like any other villain and she was stumped just like any other mystery book i have read. And the henchman was the villains henchmen, but he almost had no reason being there. That is all why i have rated this 3 stars.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lady Knight

    I fully intend to finish reading this series, but this book was definitely not as good as the first one. The whole gang is back and the book picks up exactly where the last one left off. The kids are in Ancient Eygpt (the land of Punt to be exact), or will be as soon as they get the door open. Maruk, a girl their age, helps them out by breaking down a wall in a storage room in the House of Life (a grand building that contains a copy of every important written document every made - or close enoug I fully intend to finish reading this series, but this book was definitely not as good as the first one. The whole gang is back and the book picks up exactly where the last one left off. The kids are in Ancient Eygpt (the land of Punt to be exact), or will be as soon as they get the door open. Maruk, a girl their age, helps them out by breaking down a wall in a storage room in the House of Life (a grand building that contains a copy of every important written document every made - or close enough). Julia, however finds herself back at Argo Manner while the boys are in Eygpt. She and Nestor fend off the advances of Obliva Newton's henchman while Rick and Jason search the halls of the House of Life for a special map of Kilmore Cove that Ulysses Moore left behind for them. Overall, not a bad book, some great adventure and good ideas, but certain things could have been explained better

  27. 5 out of 5

    Windy Teha

    This book is a light and fun read. A perfect read for children, specifically the ones who love mystery. Because while they'll enjoy the adventures of the kids in this book, they'll also being educated by learning new things. Personally for me, it's so refreshing to read such book. I've been reading heavy books with teenager/adult as main characters so much that i forgot how much i miss being a kid reading kid books. So it's giving me a nostalgic feeling. But the cons of this book is that you'll This book is a light and fun read. A perfect read for children, specifically the ones who love mystery. Because while they'll enjoy the adventures of the kids in this book, they'll also being educated by learning new things. Personally for me, it's so refreshing to read such book. I've been reading heavy books with teenager/adult as main characters so much that i forgot how much i miss being a kid reading kid books. So it's giving me a nostalgic feeling. But the cons of this book is that you'll have to read all books in the series. You can't only just read one book. Because the story doesn't end in one book. It's just.. I dont know what to feel about it. A children book isn't supposed to have a cliffhanger i guess? Even though i guess i'll read them all. It's an entertaining read after all.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    This book takes place for the majority of the story in ancient Egypt. Because of that, there is a lot of talk of gods and tarot cards. Mostly it was written in the sense of historical or religious, not having much to do with the plot, other than the kids seeing statues of Egyptian gods. One character says to call him either Mammon or Lucifer, which I saw no purpose to as it was very clearly written that he was a man, not a demon or the like. I quite enjoyed the story, seeing nothing specifically This book takes place for the majority of the story in ancient Egypt. Because of that, there is a lot of talk of gods and tarot cards. Mostly it was written in the sense of historical or religious, not having much to do with the plot, other than the kids seeing statues of Egyptian gods. One character says to call him either Mammon or Lucifer, which I saw no purpose to as it was very clearly written that he was a man, not a demon or the like. I quite enjoyed the story, seeing nothing specifically wrong with it. I think it's a book that parents of younger children should read beforehand to determine if it's something they'd like their children reading. I myself will continue reading the series with caution. I quite like them, but I could very well see the series taking a very different direction at anytime.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Abbi

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jason, Julia, and Rick have crossed through the Door to Time into ancient Egypt, a land of labyrinths, riddles, and secrets. But when the passageway collapses around them, Julia ends up back at home, in the present -- with the door shut tight behind her. Now the boys are trapped in the past, and there's just one way to get back to Argo Manor. They must find the long-lost map of Kilmore Cove hidden somewhere in Egypt's Land of Punt. But before long, Rick and Jason realize that they are not the onl Jason, Julia, and Rick have crossed through the Door to Time into ancient Egypt, a land of labyrinths, riddles, and secrets. But when the passageway collapses around them, Julia ends up back at home, in the present -- with the door shut tight behind her. Now the boys are trapped in the past, and there's just one way to get back to Argo Manor. They must find the long-lost map of Kilmore Cove hidden somewhere in Egypt's Land of Punt. But before long, Rick and Jason realize that they are not the only travelers from the present in search of the mysterious map. Will they be the first to find it? -Amazon.com

  30. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The second in the Kilmore Cove series and picks up the narrative immediately from the end of the first The Door To Time. Rick and Jason travel to Egypt on the search for a map left there by Ulysses Moore. But sadly Julia gets left behind although she did get her own side story I missed her being part of the main action I felt a bit as though she had been sidelined. Although we do get young Egyptian girl Maruk in her place. Did like Manfred's efforts to be a hero in Oblivia's eyes even though we The second in the Kilmore Cove series and picks up the narrative immediately from the end of the first The Door To Time. Rick and Jason travel to Egypt on the search for a map left there by Ulysses Moore. But sadly Julia gets left behind although she did get her own side story I missed her being part of the main action I felt a bit as though she had been sidelined. Although we do get young Egyptian girl Maruk in her place. Did like Manfred's efforts to be a hero in Oblivia's eyes even though we know all along that she won't appreciate it! The narrative towards the end does become a bit Indiana Jones I very enjoyed the story and look forward to the next instalment. Throughly recommend this series to those who love Harry Potter especially the first book.

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