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Skeleton Key, Volume Two : The Celestial Calendar (Skeleton Key)

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Manga meets Alice in Wonderland when dimension-hopping teenager Tamsin and her fox spirit friend, Kitsune search for their friend who has been kidnapped by witches. On their travels, they encounter a cast of weird characters, including a super-deformed circus troupe, wizards, high-strung witches, a Chinese vampire hockey team, as well as origami mecha suits, shrinking boxe ...more
Paperback, 198 pages
Published April 26th 1999 by SLG Publishing (first published June 1997)
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Vief
Jul 03, 2007 rated it it was amazing
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This is the second book in an ongoing series.. I read number 4 first and I liked that one, so why not read the start as well? I have read in weird order though [4-2-1] but it doesn't really matter that much if you're clever enough to piece a puzzle.
The way this book is done is very nicely done, with a calendar and each month being a chapter with some sort of theme.
Once I get all the books I will read them in order ;]
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