Tag Archives: Chrestomanci

Diana Wynne Jones: The Pinhoe Egg

I take back what I said after Conrad’s Fate – I didn’t have Chrestomanci fatigue. At least, not that would get in the way of me thoroughly enjoying the final book in the series. There are two viewpoint characters in The Pinhoe … Continue reading

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Yuletide Recs: Book fandoms!

Civilized Indecency – [Fly by Night series, Frances Hardinge] “We must do something about these disruptive tendencies of yours, Mosca. Oh, yes, they’re endearing on a certain level, but that hardly balances the inconvenience, not to mention mortal peril, your revolutionary … Continue reading

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Diana Wynne Jones – Conrad’s Fate

I have a confession to make. I may be suffering from Diana Wynne Jones fatigue. It’s alright, I only have one more book before I’ve finished the Chrestomanci series, and then I’ll probably be done. And it’s nothing I can … Continue reading

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Diana Wynne Jones: The Magicians of Caprona

The Italian city state of Caprona is home to two great magical families, but torn apart by the intense animosity between the two households, so great that members of the two households cannot meet in the street without violence erupting. … Continue reading

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Diana Wynne Jones – The Lives of Christopher Chant

Diana Wynne Jones might  be touching on an interesting idea – that if you spend your time doing a lot of ‘evil’ things, even if you don’t know exactly what you’re doing – it spills over into the rest of … Continue reading

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