Publish date: April 6th 2010
Pages no: 332
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Middle Grade
, Young Adult Fantasy
I love many aspects of this book; DWJ was certainly an awesome Fantasy author. Even the smallest details were magical. She had a big imagination. This book has plenty of fantasy, good characters, a little romance and it never gets dull.I loved...- the racing results as a way to predict the future (h...
Enchanted GlassWhen Andrew’s grandfather, the magician Jocelyn, dies he leaves Andrew his house and field-of-care along with his housekeeper Mrs. Stock and his groundskeeper Mr. Stock (not related). Along comes Aidan, a teenager from London on the run from Stalkers after his grandmother’s death, see...
Delightful perfection. All I can say right now, review to come later...
With a somewhat slow start this sucked me in after a few pages. Andre Hope's grandfather was a magician and when he dies he leaves his house and field-of-care to his grandson. Andrew has forgotten most of what he knew, dismissing it as flights of fancy but this is important stuff and Andrew's li...
With a couple of exceptions, I quite liked this book. It isn't one of my favorite DWJ books, but it's definitely good enough. Except for a few things that I won't go into, because of potential spoilers. I'll just say that in one case, I believe that many people agree with me, as for the other, it's ...