Minerva by Edith Pawlicki

"Minerva found it hard to sedate them as they knew her goal and were actively resisting, but she drew deep on her willpower and applied exhaustion with a heavy hand. Minerva found it increasingly difficult to hold herself apart from her Empathy."-Minerva by Edith Pawlicki I want to preface this review by saying Edith Pawlicki... Continue Reading →

The Pinhoe Egg by Diana Wynne Jones

Cat Chant and Marianne Pinhoe have discovered something exciting--something truly precious, very strange, and valuable. An egg.An egg that has been hidden away in an attic for who-knows-how-many years. An egg protected by some strong "Don't Notice" spells. An egg that Marianne gives to Cat, even though he lives at nearby Chrestomanci Castle. Chrestomanci himself,... Continue Reading →

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