Zauberstreit in Caprona (SZ Junge Bibliothek, #29)
Publish date: 2006
Publisher: Süddeutsche Zeitung Bibliothek
Pages no: 266
Edition language: Deutsch
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Middle Grade
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Alternate History
Series: Chrestomanci (#4)
another splendid entry in the Chrestomanci cycle! this wonderful little series about multiple dimensions, magic, and the trans-dimensional authority on magic known as the "Chrestomanci" has been a real light in my life whenever i open up a new book. what a lovely and pleasing breath of fresh air.The...
There are better Romeo-and-Juliet-with-magic books AND better turned-into-puppets books.
DWJ Book Toast, #4Diana Wynne Jones is one of my favorite fantasy authors, growing up and now, and I was saddened by the news of her death. I can't say I'm overcome with emotion - as personal as some of her work is to me, its not like I knew her after all - but I wish I could put into words how I fe...
This novel was a pleasure to read through and through. I especially loved the lilting tone, as well as the laugh-out-loud dialogue she peppers throughout the story. There’s a lot of tension and excitement, and DWJ never hesitates and playing out genuinely distressing–even downright scary–events in t...
This installment in the fantastic Chrestomanci series does not disappoint! Like the first two books (Charmed Life and The lives of Christopher Chant) this story is set in world Twelve A (a world parallel to our own where magic is commonplace). However, in this installment we’re whisked away from E...