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Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper
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Mar 16, 11

bookshelves: fantasy, children-s, teen, thriller
Read from March 15 to 16, 2011

I really enjoyed this. It's got some great discussions of dark vs. light, good vs. evil. The Arthurian Grail Quest overtones are present but not overstated, and I enjoyed the relationship between the three Drew children. The end is where the mythology is developed a little bit more, and I look forward to reading The Dark is Rising to see this a bit more.
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03/15/2011 page 3
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03/15/2011 page 45
22.0% "There are immediate similarities to The Chronicles of Narnia--siblings (three rather than four) who arrive in a new house on holiday and begin exploring. Behind a wardrobe they discover a room, then an attic. There they discover a manuscript with some interesting notations. The Drew children, Barney, Simon, and Jane are well drawn and interesting, with a real (yet very proper) dynamic between them."
03/15/2011 page 97
47.0% "Something sinister lies in wait for the Drew children. We also have the establishment of a mentor figure here--reminiscent of Professor Kirke."
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