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The Mural Master

4.40  ·  Rating Details  ·  10 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
The mural master's art crosses space and time, carrying four youngsters on a strange adventure to rescue the master's friend from a land of terrifying beasts and carnivorous trees.
Unknown Binding, 249 pages
Published 1974 by Houghton Mifflin
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Patricia Voigt
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Apr 25, 2012 Andrew rated it liked it
I decided to re-read this after a chance mention of the word "massif", which caused me to say "what, like the Hooneran Massif?" and nobody knew what I meant. (Google has zero hits, except for me raising the question.) (Correction: if you search, you'll find the book in question.)

This is an early portal fantasy that I was fond of as a kid. On the reread, it's a whole lot shorter than I remember, and more unrealistically optimistic about the notion of overthrowing an evil king wit
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Jones was born Adrienne Applewhite on July 28, 1915 in Atlanta, Georgia; attended UCLA, 1958-59 and UC Irvine, 1972; worked as an office and managerial worker, cattle rancher, and with youth groups; a free-lance writer and novelist, she is the author of many books, including: Ride the Far wind (1964), Another Place, Another Spring (1971), So, Nothing is Forever (1974), The Hawks of Chelney (1977), ...more
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