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The Spellkey By Ann Downer-Hazell,

  • Title: The Spellkey
  • Author: Ann Downer-Hazell
  • ISBN: 9780671876449
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • The heart of the story is a journey made by two outcasts Caitlin, a wild girl child accused of witchcraft and sentenced to exile in the Abbey of the Ninthstile and The Badger, a disapointing ward of the Abbot of Thirdmoon See, who has been ordered to escort her As they travel through the Thirteen Kingdoms, they are pursued and observed by a myterious man with red hair wThe heart of the story is a journey made by two outcasts Caitlin, a wild girl child accused of witchcraft and sentenced to exile in the Abbey of the Ninthstile and The Badger, a disapointing ward of the Abbot of Thirdmoon See, who has been ordered to escort her As they travel through the Thirteen Kingdoms, they are pursued and observed by a myterious man with red hair who seems to defeat them at every turn and by Caitlin s own dark visions, which haunt her with the fearsome destiny they predict The answer to it all seems to be Spellkey finding it and solving its Mystery may mean destruction for the cruel rulers of the Pentacle and a solution for Caitlin an The Badger, who need one desperately since they are falling in love
    The Spellkey The heart of the story is a journey made by two outcasts Caitlin a wild girl child accused of witchcraft and sentenced to exile in the Abbey of the Ninthstile and The Badger a disapointing ward of t

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    1. This was a book that I first read many years ago, and I remember being really impressed with the intricacy of the plots The omnibus edition which I think is the only one in print is actually three books all put together The Spellkey, The Glass Salamander, and The Books of the Keepers The book s is are geared towards teens, but a lot of the subject matter seems older, also the plots are very layered and there are numerous peripheral characters that one has to keep track of It s kind of awesome Ba [...]

    2. the story of caitlin and badger has stuck with me for than half my life it s haunting and simply told and incredibly lovely magical without being cozy reread of an old favorite i never grow tired of this story a beautiful fantasy definitely an underrated series.

    3. Here s a book I originally read back in high school I ve looked for a copy ever since, and happened to see it right in front of my eyes at the thrift store one day Wonderful, romantic fantasy tale, full of strange and interesting characters Includes two new chapters added by the author, with the original books The Spellkey, The Glass Salamander, and The Books of the Keepers.

    4. I took this book everywhere with me for a couple of yearsI haven t read it in nearly 15 yearsI remember being enthralled and completely taken awayWho knows if it is really good or notbut I fell in love Please read this book and talk with me about it

    5. I read this when I was much younger and was delighted when I found a second hand copy in a charity shop I reread and loved it just as much A delightful story, filled with charm and simple joy.

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