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Please help me! I need some help for my book?

Please help me! I need some help for my book? Topic: How to write a good spy book
June 16, 2019 / By Murtagh
Question: In my story, these kids have magic powers. They just reached the place where they are finally safe from assassins and stuff. But the thing is, I don't know what the place should be! Should it be like a village or something? In Harry Potter, they go to a school. I need something like that. What should the magic place be? (ex. a village, a school, etc.) Thank you so much for the help!
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Kenneth Kenneth | 7 days ago
Well if it's only "kids"... then you could just go with the classic kid environments. Schools, orphanages... If you want to give them more flexibility, then a small village would be good. OR how about a secret underground organization that is secret and underground for unknown reasons O:
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Kenneth Originally Answered: Anyone know a book or book series that fits this description?
That's some combination you want there. Let's see what we can find here. Ranger's Apprentice by John Flanagan: The story of an orphan boy, named Will, whose dreams of a prosperous future are crushed when the only one who will take him on as an apprentice is a Ranger, who is believed to dabble in black magic and sorcery. But, as Will soon learns, the life of a Ranger is one of practicality and one filled with danger. Soon, Will finds himself defending his homeland from all kinds of dangers, going on secret missions to foreign lands, and leading armies into battle, and discovering more about his own past whilst always being haunted by thoughts of the woman he loves... Books- 1. The Ruins of Gorlan 2. The Burning Bridge 3. The Icebound Land 4. Oakleaf Bearers 5. The Sorcerer in the North 6. The Seige of Mackindaw 7. Erak's Ransom 8. The Kings of Clonmel 9. Halt's Peril 10. (coming out in November 2010) The Emperor of Nihon-Jin Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan: The Greek gods are just fictional, right? Or are they actually alive and in hiding in the place that is now known as America? Percy Jackson, the son of a Greek god and a mortal, a half-blood, finds out about his true heritage when his mother seemingly dies after an attack by the Minotaur, an ancient Greek monster. Suddenly, Percy's life is shattered when he finds himself training with others of his own kind, demi-gods, in a secret camp created for that purpose. But what Percy does not realise is that ancient forces are stirring again...and that he and his friends are in the fight for their lives, and their whole world. Books- 1. Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief 2. Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters 3. Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse 4. Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth 5. Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian They're the best I could think of. But if you like Lord of the Rings, have you read Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien? Or The Hobbit, which is sort of like a prequel to Lord of the Rings also by J.R.R. Tolkien? Also, if you like Emily Rodda- the author of Deltora Quest, for those who don't know- why don't you try some of her other books, like the Rondo Trilogy? The books in that are: 1. The Key to Rondo 2. The Wizard of Rondo 3. The Battle for Rondo Another set of books by Emily Rodda are the Rowan of Rin series. You might consider trying them too. If you like Stephenie Meyer, then you might also want to consider "The Host", another book that she's written, which I've never read (because I personally hate Stephenie Meyer) but you might appreciate more than me. Another good place to look, that does have the adventure of Harry Potter, the action of Lord of the Rings and the romance of Twilight might be the Mortal Instruments series, by Cassandra Clare. Hope I helped and have fun :)
Kenneth Originally Answered: Anyone know a book or book series that fits this description?
His Dark Materials-Phillip Pullman The Hunger Games-Suzanne Collins Percy Jackson and the Olympians-Rick Riordan

Hodge Hodge
Do you want to be creative? Like maybe they could go into a village. Or maybe they find a land where their magic powers are suppressed while they're in that land (You can come up with a name for it) So that way the assassins will not notice them because their magical powers are gone, or they could hide without having to worry about their powers getting out of hand or something. I don't know this is just a suggestion, maybe they meet like the source of their powers or something. Just have fun with your story.
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Elvis Elvis
sounds like you r a bit copying harry potter, and it should just be a normal neighborhood, but if you want to be creative about it, make it in the sky (like in clouds and stuff), and it should be pretty safe because you could only get up there if you know this magic spell or have this magic ability to get up there or something. just have fun with.
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Elvis Originally Answered: Please help me! I need some help for my book?
Well if it's only "kids"... then you could just go with the classic kid environments. Schools, orphanages... If you want to give them more flexibility, then a small village would be good. OR how about a secret underground organization that is secret and underground for unknown reasons O:

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