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Curses! Foiled Again - Jane Yolen, Mike Cavallaro
Curses! Foiled Again
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Aliera Carstairs is back. This time she's got her cousin—and best friend—Caroline in tow, and the stakes are higher than ever. The realm of Seelie, the fairy kingdom of which Aliera is the hereditary defender, is under attack, and only Aliera and Caroline can set things right. Caroline, fragile... show more
Aliera Carstairs is back. This time she's got her cousin—and best friend—Caroline in tow, and the stakes are higher than ever. The realm of Seelie, the fairy kingdom of which Aliera is the hereditary defender, is under attack, and only Aliera and Caroline can set things right. Caroline, fragile and wheelchair-bound, may seem like more of a liability than an asset, but Aliera knows there's more to her quiet cousin than meets the eye. Curses! Foiled Again, a follow up to graphic novel Foiled! is Jane Yolen at her best, reunited with her partner in crime, the fabulously talented illustrator Mike Cavallaro.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781596436190 (1596436190)
ASIN: 1596436190
Publisher: First Second
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
Series: Foiled (#2)
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Eclectic Universe - Homeschooling Parent
Eclectic Universe - Homeschooling Parent rated it
4.0
Great fun, a bit predictable, best to read Foiled first.Aliera is back, with her foil, to battle the powers of darkness. Great illustrations, good plot, with a few mysteries thrown in.
Karin's Book Nook
Karin's Book Nook rated it
4.0 Curses! Foiled Again
Aliera doesn’t really know how she feels about being the Defender of the Faerie world. She does know that she wants Avery to stop following her around though. She is so sick of him insisting on helping her. She doesn’t want anything to do with that troll.But, after she and her family are put in gra...
Andrea K Höst
Andrea K Höst rated it
Our fencing heroine is now a "Defender" of a Seelie Court. Not that she has much idea what's going on.Still neither bad nor brilliant, but a little more engaging than the first volume, though I wish Aliera would start listening and stop objecting to things for the sake of objecting.Definitely an u...
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