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eBook A Wizard Abroad download

by Diane Duane

eBook A Wizard Abroad download ISBN: 0552527440
Author: Diane Duane
Publisher: Corgi / Transworld (1993)
Language: English
Pages: 211
ePub: 1828 kb
Fb2: 1556 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Book IV. Diane Duane. Most specifically, though, Castle Matrix exists - possibly more concretely than anything else in the book.

Book IV. But it has been moved from its present, 'actual' location. Or perhaps one can more rightly say that Matrix has stayed where it is, where it always is, but Ireland has shifted around it. Stranger things have happened. In any case, let the inquisitive reader bewar. nd leave the maps at home. 1. an tSionainn Shannon.

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Book is in Like New, near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. A WIZARD ABROAD: FOURTH BOOK IN YOUNG WIZARDS SERIES By Diane Duane - Hardcover Mint Condition.

County Wicklow is real enough, but there are a lot of things in the Wicklow in this book that are not presently located in the 'real' county -and my version of Bray is not meant to represent the real on. t the moment

County Wicklow is real enough, but there are a lot of things in the Wicklow in this book that are not presently located in the 'real' county -and my version of Bray is not meant to represent the real on. t the moment. The description of the townlands around Ballyvolan Farm and the neighborhood of Kilquade is more or less real, though the two are actually some miles apart. And Sugar loaf Mountain looks like parts of its descriptio. ccasionally.

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A Wizard Abroad is the fourth book in the Young Wizards series by Diane Duane. It is the sequel to High Wizardry

A Wizard Abroad is the fourth book in the Young Wizards series by Diane Duane. It is the sequel to High Wizardry. Nita and Kit's parents have never been fully behind their children's practices and in this book Nita's parents reveal that they are sending her to live with her aunt in Ireland over the summer to get away from the wizardry. This is particularly unfortunate for Nita and Kit as they are currently settling a land dispute between trees.

This is the 1993 US hard cover edition. Probably Book club.
Comments: (7)
terostr
Diane Duane's Young Wizards series predates Harry Potter and takes a different tack to the notion of young adults with magical talent.While Harry contended with Voldemort and his minions, Nita, Kit, and Dairine contend against the Lone Power, the creator of death and entropy. This fourth book in the series is set in Ireland, where Nita has been sent by her parents for a vacation with her aunt. She quickly finds herself working with the local wizards to put down an uprising of creatures from Celtic mythology. This book carries on the fine tradition of its predecessors.
misery
I love this series. I have them in hardback but have re-bought them in e-format. It has themes and plots that apply to adult reads as well as young-adults.
GEL
The whole series is intelligent and fun, but loved this one in particular because it took place in Ireland and addressed the Irish mythology in a way that was uncannily perceptive, beautiful and smart.
Fog
I loved this wonderful mind trip through Ireland carried away by an engrossing tale of wizardry and wonder. I think every teen will adore it but so will every older booklover like me. Draws you in and you will want to stay. I am going to order and read more of this great series read.
Ueledavi
best book in the series! although they're all really good.
Uttegirazu
I know these books are written for youth, but I thoroughly enjoy them at 77! Well defined characters who maintain their primary personality characteristics throughout the series. Just a good fun read.
Fordrekelv
Duane's books are always good and this series is fun because the story line is rivieting, the characters are not perfect and the line between fact and fantasy is stretched
Enjoyable Sequel