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The Chronicles of Chrestomanci, Volume II: The Magicians of Caprona / Witch Week (Chrestomanci, #3 & #4) - Diana Wynne Jones
The Chronicles of Chrestomanci, Volume II: The Magicians of Caprona / Witch Week (Chrestomanci, #3 & #4)
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ISBN: 9781435267237 (1435267230)
Edition language: English
Series: Chrestomanci (#3)
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attempting obscurity rated it
3.0 The Chronicles of Chrestomanci, Volume 2: The Magicians of Caprona / Witch Week
It's a cute, quick and fun little fantasy read. Diana Wynne Jones is one of those authors who manages to convey a quirky sense of humor without it becoming all the book is worth indulging in for. She develops plot and character well, and reading her stuff is perfect for a light, indulging snack of...
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Inkspot Fancy rated it
I was a little worried, reading this out of order and starting with Vol. 2 here, but whatever was in Vol. 1, it doesn't hinder understanding of these stories.There are two tales in this book. Both have the trademark frankness of narrative and whimsy that I've come to expect from Jones' work, and I'm...
Loederkoningin rated it
Wynne Jones is the queen of quirkiness.Am feeling pretty Calimero here for not having heard of her until Miyazaki made Howl's Moving Castle into an animation and the whole 'Diana Wynne Jones revival' happened. How super rad it must have been to have read her books as a kid! The Chronicles of Chrest...
Kaethe rated it
These two make an odd pair. Witch Week is a boarding school farce with silliness all over the place. The Magicians of Caprona has lighthearted moments, but is a pretty earnest tale of children during war time. They don't have much in common, except the focus on children and magic, but they are bo...
Kaethe rated it
I love the concept at the heart of these two books: the many worlds theory is true; some of these worlds use magic. I enjoy the efforts of the Chants to become who they want to be, and the process of figuring out who that is. I particularly love the character of the embodied Godddess, as well as ...
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