[E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane


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    CHARACTERS è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Diane Duane [E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane Diane Duane ✓ 0 REVIEW If ever anyone asks you what exactly is the point of a site like Goodreads do please direct them to this review A few months ago I read the first in this series 'So You Want To Be A Wizard' and although I liked it I had no great desire to read any in the seuence But when I posted this in my Goodreads review a friend begged me to ca

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Deep Wizardry [E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane Diane Duane ✓ 0 REVIEW This review contains spoilers for So You Want to Be a WizardI remember in my younger years not liking this book as much as So You Wan

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    [E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane My favorite in the series I love how Nita discovers that an offhand promise turns out to be very serious and how the kids find it harder and harder to work around their families There is a very dramatic storyline that left my in tears too

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    [E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane After reading and absolutely loving the first book in the series So You Want to be a Wizard I just knew I had to read the second book Deep Wizardry In all honesty this book is nowhere near as good as the first First this book is not as creative and riveting as the first book I mean not even in the same ball park

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Deep Wizardry CHARACTERS è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Diane Duane Diane Duane ✓ 0 REVIEW While I regretted last time around that I had not encountered Diane Duane's Young Wizards books when I was a young'un this time around I'm pretty glad I didn't because if I'd come across Deep Wizardry when I was the age of its two young protag

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    [E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane Diane Duane ✓ 0 REVIEW FREE DOWNLOAD Deep Wizardry Oops I am falling absolutely in love with these little books First off let me say that I have been trying a straddling techniue in reading these; I have been alternating between listening to the fantastically charming audiobook for my commut

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    CHARACTERS è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Diane Duane [E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane I'm torn about reviewing the rest of this series as the simple truth is that I like the rest considerably less although the original is uite good as well and I haven't finished them all They all have their moments and they

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    [E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane Diane Duane ✓ 0 REVIEW FREE DOWNLOAD Deep Wizardry Read my full review at wadingthroughbookswordpresscomI’m finding it really interesting to read the New Millennium Editions I’ve read all of the original editions and the earlier ones have always felt a bit out of sync with the later books since the nine that are currently out were written and published over 20 years Technology has change

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    CHARACTERS è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Diane Duane [E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane Diane Duane ✓ 0 REVIEW This is one of my favorites of Diane Duane’s ‘Young Wizards’ series – not in the least because it’s full of whales But what I love most about it is that it’s got the ‘noble sacrifice for the good of all’ scenario going on in it With great white sharks How cool is that?

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    Diane Duane ✓ 0 REVIEW CHARACTERS è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Diane Duane [E–pub] Deep Wizardry AUTHOR Diane Duane Ah Ed He was the best part but also Carl and Tom and Peach I love that Nita and Kit are solid best friends and are a team Their magic is very collaborative and I enjoy this so much

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 356
  • Deep Wizardry
  • Diane Duane
  • English
  • 16 May 2019
  • null

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REVIEW Á Deep Wizardry Hins and a single fearsome shark But which poses of a danger the Lone Power or ed'Rashtekaresket the enormous shark as old as the se. I m torn about reviewing the rest of this series as the simple truth is that I like the rest considerably less although the original is uite good as well and I haven t finished them all They all have their moments and they re generally well told works of fantasy in a carefully drawn universe with consistent rules They just don t really grab me as much as I d like I dig the technobabble for magic deal but sometimes it gets to be a bit much And as is common in the Young Adult world the relationship between the main characters seems to remain static in a place of suspended animation given that they remain or less the same age even as the years pass for usMaybe the truth is that I m just measuring them against the impossibly high standards of this book because it guts me and it always has I ve said for years and written many times that there s a basic metaphor that YA lit is filled with magic as a stand in for puberty and the frightening and powerful introduction of sexual energy into our lives Magic takes the place of these frightening and awkward aspects of our identities giving young people a risk free way to think and feel their way through the choppy waters of adolescent sexuality Like magic sex is powerful mysterious and a force seemingly beyond our control connecting us to the parts of ourselves that are animal that are the product of evolution Deep Wizardry plays with this dynamic masterfully It also spells it out or less explicitly as the main character Nita is confronted by her mother to ask whether she and the male lead Kit are having sex But even aside from that thread in the story the connection between the physical and the magical are made real in this story Both Nita and Kit take on the form of whales although through different means given that they are two different kinds of wizards Nita naturally talented with the living world of plants and animals Kit with the inanimate such as metals and rocks When they take on their whale form they find themselves in unrecognizable bodies bodies that they struggle to understand and control They are thrilled by the possibilities their new bodies represent even as they are disturbed by the potential conseuences of that power They exult in the freedom of life beneath the waves while craving the safety and comfort of shore They are growing up and they are afraidThere is just something so bone deep in this book so primal and real Nit and Kit agree to an adventure without really understanding the stakes and when they are revealed to be life or death they are already committed to what they must do The ancient and otherworldly shark Ed speaks to the danger and looming power of the ocean and his weird but profound respect for Nita is a highlight Our heroes must take part in an ancient ritual the conseuences of which are life and death itself Every day of their adventure they must leave their whale forms and emerge to the surface as naked as the day they came Safe again inside swimsuits and towels they emerge onto cool sand beneath the summer sky walking into a familiar world that is not familiar at all facing not just the reality of reality but the pains of adulthood the bittersweet remembrance of the childish things they left behind

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REVIEW Á Deep Wizardry Coming to the aid of a wounded whale Kit and Nita are plunged into deep wizardry The whale is a wizard and she enlists Kit and Nita. If ever anyone asks you what exactly is the point of a site like Goodreads do please direct them to this review A few months ago I read the first in this series So You Want To Be A Wizard and although I liked it I had no great desire to read any in the seuence But when I posted this in my Goodreads review a friend begged me to carry on because this the second book in the series was one of her all time favourite books So I took her advice and you know what I love it too It s astonishing how many wonderful stories I ve found through Goodreads not just friends recommendations but other reviews discussion groups or simply surfing around following links from book to book to author to book It s an invaluable resource for readersThis is a children s or perhaps properly a young adult book the second of a long series but it s also an excellent read for adults I am several decades above the intended demographic but I absolutely loved it The first half of the book is a fairly straightforward tale of two kids Nita and Kit learning to enjoy their newfound powers of wizardry while avoiding Nita s pesky younger sister and trying not to be caught out by her parents There s a sprinkling of politically correct ecology pollution is bad children plus some swimming with dolphins and whales and such like fluffBut then about half way through the story transforms into something deeper darker and much interesting Suddenly it s about love and death and willing sacrifice and keeping your word no matter the cost Oh and a little about the innateness or not of male aggression Which was unexpected Even though you know of course that Nita and Kit will be fine since the series goes on and on and even I saw what had to happen to make things come out right it was still exciting and scary and very moving I cried a lot and that s embarrassing at my age and I was on a train too Not sure what teenage or younger readers would make of it but I thought it was terrific A good 4 stars

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REVIEW Á Deep Wizardry In battle against the sinister Lone Power Becoming whales themselves Nita and Kit join in an ancient ritual performed by whales dolp. After reading and absolutely loving the first book in the series So You Want to be a Wizard I just knew I had to read the second book Deep Wizardry In all honesty this book is nowhere near as good as the first First this book is not as creative and riveting as the first book I mean not even in the same ball park which was extremely disappointing While it is well written and very well researched there are many marine biology terms used throughout the novel the plot is just moves at a very slow pace There were several times where I almost put the book down altogether because of the extremely dull story line and horrendously slow slower than molasses pacing The two main characters Kit and Nita were immature and to be honest pretty stupid and impulsive These ualities really made me want to slap each of them on the side of the head and tell them to get their sht together Despite some of the factors mentioned above the story was not a complete waste as it did have some interesting concepts here and there While it ended on a relatively good note I felt very unsatisfied with the ending almost like a perfect bow wrapped around a little too tightly Based on all this I ll probably hold off on the res of the series for now