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Gosh, how can one put it but this is an excellent Book by a very good Writer!
Patricia A. McKillip never fails to deliver a *5* star Book!
A young woman is alone on a mountain after her wizard father dies, and she has learned to call fantastic beasts to her. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Clare O'Beara
I read this book decades ago, and when I found a reference to remind me of the title, I bought this copy. Read morePublished 7 months ago by LDA
Anything by Patricia McKillip is better than most of the fantasy crap out there. The master of fantasy bar none!Published 9 months ago by Jan W Koczera
I remember pulling this book off the shelf at my school's library when I was still in elementary school and it captivated me then as it captivates me now. Patricia A. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kkarlson
This is the third McKillip book I've read, and my clear favorite so far. The spare, detached style puts one in mind of a fairy tale, but the story works because it's a very human... Read morePublished 12 months ago by E. Smiley
I have absolutely adored many of Ms. McKillip's novels, but this one felt like a dud to me. The book dragged along in a strangely unappealing way. Read morePublished 18 months ago by alexxcz
I may have read this when it first came out in the mid-70's. The author's use of language has a very folktalish / mythological touch, I think it could be a good book to read with... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Scott Raun
Patricia A. McKillip done a great job on this book.
First few pages of the book was a little slow leading up to the story,
The book can get you attention to keep you... Read more