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The Songweavers (The Notherland Journeys #3)

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As a child, Peggy created the imaginary northern world of Notherland, only to discover as a teenager that the world had become real, and that as it's creator she is responsible for all the creatures who live there. Peggy is now a teenager and has plenty on her mind without having to deal with an imaginary world. When an opportunity arises to cut her ties to Notherland, she ...more
Paperback, 197 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Second Story Press (first published January 1st 2008)
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Betty
Dec 28, 2008 Betty rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: children from 8 to adult
The Songweavers by Kathleen McDonnell

This is the final book in the Notherland Journeys Trilogy. My misfortune is that I have not read either of the first two. I say “my misfortune” because this is a lovely, lyrical fantasy and my review will necessarily be restricted to one part only. This is exactly the kind of story I would have wanted to read when I was young. Notherland came into being through the imagination of Peggy, or Pay-gee as the Nordlings call her. At seven years old she is the Creat
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Jennifer Wardrip
Reviewed by Candace Cunard for TeensReadToo.com

This third and final book of THE NOTHERLAND JOURNEYS series picks up about a year after the ending of the second book in the trilogy, but it does a good job of explaining all that's happened in the interim.

Seventeen-year-old Peggy is disappointed that the one person she meets on her journeys to the strange world called Notherland doesn't seem to recognize her in the real world once she returns. Her relationship with Gary, also known as Jackpine, ha
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Terry
This is the third title in the Notherland Journeys trilogy, but the first title we've seen.

Although there are some things that might be easier to understand if you read books 1 and 2, the author does a fabulous job inviting new readers in and creating a story that can stand on its own, too.

This was a wonderful, fast read.
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I was born in the U.S. and have lived in Canada most of my adult life. My writing cuts across many genres - fiction, plays, non-fiction, young-adult, you name it. Visit my website to find out more about my books and plays, and for info on my fantasy-adventure trilogy The Notherland Journeys, about a teenage girl with the ability to create imaginary worlds.
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