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Castle in the Air Diana Wynne Jones. And I loved it, but mostly for the reasons I love all DWJ books, which are irrational and largely inexplicable.
I always have some pimhoe misgivings about these books — there’s something about the ethics of the Chrestomanci universe s that troubles me, but I’ve never been able to put my finger on exactly what it is. I mean, how can there be other Rogers and Julias out there when there’s only one Chrestomanci?
Very Chrestomanci, and as a lot of others have noted quite a lot like The Magicians of Caprona mixed with Charmed Pinho. It’s like smooshing Charmed Life and The Magicians of Caprona togetherand it was an utterly delightful perfect read. I just finished the last book in the series and here I am. Mar 29, mark monday rated it really liked it Shelves: Cat is just a fabulous hero.
The scenes featuring the griffin and the horse together were the best sort of cuteness overload. Categories Fiction Non-fiction Children’s books Authors. Cat Chant, a fledgling nine-life enchanter is living in the Chrestomanci castle with the Chrestomanci family and is continuing to study, explore and recognise the nature of his own magic.
Charmed Life by Diana Wynne Jones.
Still, I keep reading them because they’re lively and funny and quick to read, and this one is no exception.
Inwhen Rhodesia declared independence unilaterally one of the last colonies and not tiny”I pinhof as if the book were coming true as I wrote it. Jones did a particularly canny thing by setting the first 3 chapters, 50 pages worth, within one of these villages.
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Hardcoverpages. Love the idea, although she doesn’t play with it at all here. Children probably won’t mind though – in fact it’s a hopeful and optimistic ending entirely appropriate for young readership, and in keeping with the way Wynne-Jones mixes the spectacularly magical, the cosily homely and the emotionally profound.
This was kind of darker than any other DWJ I’ve read, which was interesting. As always, most of these tales can be read as standalones, but those readers wanting continuity in their series reading could do worse than eg the stories in this order. Do you have to read the other books in this series to read this one?
I’m meandering through the Chrestomanci books – haven’t reread them in ages – and I’d forgotten how entertaining wgg are! Marianne becomes errand-runner for her entire extended family when Gammer lurches into a punning, malicious and wickedly funny form of dementia, the seeming result of a run-in with another local witching family. Pinhke lot of her sequels follow entirely different characters, just in the same world, with cameos.
I love this series, and although I would read dozens more if there were any, this book was the perfect ending for it.
The Pinhoe Egg by Diana Wynne Jones – book review
Pknhoe also really liked Irene! It turned out to be a bit of a wander through the woods but had some nice stops along the way. Not to mention the mysterious barrier Cat finds in the forest. But all tied up wonderfully in the end, especially with the stories of the hidden creatures, and the Pinhoes slightly redeeming themselves – though I still find myself wanting to stab Marianne’s father.
Other books in this series. Retrieved 27 April Was Marianne’s story with the details such as the dress just a coincidence? After a brief period in London, in the couple returned to Oxford, where they stayed until moving to Bristol in As befits a good moral and coming of age tale, she perseveres despite the setbacks and in the process grows up and develops as a person, while discovering things about her family including her parents that she would probably prefer not to be true.