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Dandelion Fire by N.D. Wilson
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Sep 02, 09

really liked it
bookshelves: childrens-literature, fiction
Read in August, 2009

N.D. Wilson has a fantastic story to tell in the second part of his trilogy. He unfolds it all just right. His narrative voice is wonderfully unique. On my first read my curiosity kept me going at a quick pace. On a second read I found myself still reluctant to put it down because I enjoyed being there in the story so much.
There is a awe provoking magic about the story--one that is beautiful and terrible and deep and intertwined in all of life. The narrative is also about a seeing that is more than optical. It involves truth, memory, being, naming, and story. It's the kind of magic that makes the world--the real world--a little more charged, more deep, and more full of wonder than before.

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