Jane-Emily and Witches' Children

Jane-Emily and Witches' Children

eBook - 2007
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Jane-Emily: Emily was a selfish, willful, hateful child who died before her thirteenth birthday. But that was a long time ago. Jane is nine years old and an orphan when she and her young Aunt Louisa come to spend the summer at Jane's grandmother's house, a large, mysterious mansion in Massachusetts. Then one day ... Jane stares into a reflecting ball in the garden --and the face that looks back at her is not her own. Many years earlier, a child of rage and malevolence lived in this place. And she never left. Now Emily has dark plans for little Jane -- a blood-chilling purpose that Louisa, just a girl herself, must battle with all her heart, soul, and spirit ... or she will lose her innocent, helpless niece forever. Witches' children: During the winter of 1692, when the young girls of Salem suddenly find themselves subject to fits of screaming and strange visions, some believe that they have seen the devil and are the victims of witches.
Publisher: Pymble, NSW ; New York : HarperCollins e-books, 2007.
ISBN: 9780061478444
006147844X
9780061478437
0061478431
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
Alternative Title: Witches' children
Jane-Emily
Summary: Jane-Emily: Emily was a selfish, willful, hateful child who died before her thirteenth birthday. But that was a long time ago. Jane is nine years old and an orphan when she and her young Aunt Louisa come to spend the summer at Jane's grandmother's house, a large, mysterious mansion in Massachusetts. Then one day ... Jane stares into a reflecting ball in the garden --and the face that looks back at her is not her own. Many years earlier, a child of rage and malevolence lived in this place. And she never left. Now Emily has dark plans for little Jane -- a blood-chilling purpose that Louisa, just a girl herself, must battle with all her heart, soul, and spirit ... or she will lose her innocent, helpless niece forever. Witches' children: During the winter of 1692, when the young girls of Salem suddenly find themselves subject to fits of screaming and strange visions, some believe that they have seen the devil and are the victims of witches.

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