A magical adventure set in Victorian London.
In the final installment of the Illusionist trilogy, magician Tom and his beloved Mina come face to face with their most dangerous enemies, who come from another time.
Tom and Mina’s names look good next to each other on the poster for an upcoming magic show. Behind the stage curtain, Mina wonders whether she will ever be able to love Tom or whether they are destined to be nothing more than friends. A trip to London offers old world adventures. Tom delves into a riddle that is tied up to his own past. One particular chain of events triggers him and, as a result, an old enemy gets back in touch.
For the last time Tom and Mina join forces for battle, along with the trusty Tin Soldier, Tom’s mechanical lookalike.
Polish (Wydawnictwo Dwukropek)
“I enjoyed The Illusionist and the Thief, but The Conman’s Apprentice truly dazzled me – I’m expecting great things from the third book in the trilogy!” — Kirsin kirjanurkka blog
“Anniina Mikama’s The Masters of Illusion, which concludes the Illusionist trilogy, is an intoxicating and exciting dive into late 19th century London. The story, which has been established in the last two books, reaches brand new heights in this book: it’s un-put-downable, especially in the second half… Mikama has the ability to create loveable characters and intricate plot twists. The Masters of Illusion reaches an even more masterful narrative than the trilogy’s earlier instalments.” — Maaseudun tulevaisuus blog