Days of Magic, Nights of War

Days of Magic, Nights of War

eBook - 2004
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Candy Quackenbush's adventures in the Abarat continue as she makes a startling realization as to who she is, and the forces of Night begin plans for war.
Publisher: New York : Joanna Cotler Books, 2004.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780062029676
0062029673
Characteristics: 1 online resource (489 p.) : col. ill.
Contents: Prologue: Hunger
Part one: Fools, freaks and fugitives: Portrait of girl and geshrat
What There is to see
On the parroto parroto
Scavengers
Speaking of a word
Two conversations
Something of Babilonium
Life in the theatre
Again, The criss-cross man
"The freaks are out! the freaks are out!"
Part two: Things neglected, things forgotten: Traveling north
Darkness and anticipation
Sacbrood
Lament (the munkee's tale)
Pursuer
Wunderkammen
Star-striker
Departure
Life and death in Chicken town
Malingo alone
Night conversations
Death sentence
Dreamer to dreamer
Husband and wife
Fates
Kaspar is visited
Abduction
Summoning
Part three: Time of monsters
Captain Converse
Beasts of Efreet
News In Nonce
Events at the threshold
Visit to Marapozsa Street
Secrets and meatloaf
Two in nineteen
Bridegroom unearthed
Owner of the dead man's house
Midnight's heart
Dragon bones
Tale of Endless partings
Ambitious conjuration
High maze
Dark Denied
Prince and the beast Boy
Decision
Part four: Sea comes to Chickentown: Departures
Something in the wind
Stirring the Waters
Into the hereafter
Father and Daughter
Into the Wormwood
Secrets of secrets
Warship unmade
Living and the Dead
Beginning of the End
Down and down
"Never fear . . ."
Return of the sea.
Summary: Candy Quackenbush's adventures in the Abarat continue as she makes a startling realization as to who she is, and the forces of Night begin plans for war.
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chelliebel
Jun 12, 2012

I adore this series. The illustrated version especially is fabulous. There's a lot of descriptions which get a reader bogged down, but the last 150 pages or so fly by. Can't wait to get my hands on the 3rd one!

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Jun 05, 2016

Rebecca0926 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 12

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