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Riddle-Master by Patricia A. McKillip
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Sep 13, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: fantasy, favorites, religion
Read in January, 1986 , read count: 7

Common McKillip themes exemplified by this trilogy:

1) There is nothing which cannot be faced, endured, known, understood.
2) Art conquers all misfortunes.
3) The mind is the most powerful weapon.
4) He who plays God had better be prepared to be God, especially when God turns up and wants his housekeys back.
5) Mess with teenage girls and the shit will be on.
6) Stand by your man. Even if it means turning pirate to hunt the dead bastard down.
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