What's the Name of That Book??? discussion

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UNSOLVED: One specific book > Fantasy, young female, people that are animal spirits

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message 1: by Daeva (new)

Daeva | 3 comments Sorry this is going to be vague..

It's a book I read around early 2000s (book could be older though), featured a young female lead in a type of story she becomes involved in a hidden/magic side of the world, I remember something about there being people that were animal spirits, like a raven and fox I think. Some kind of good vs evil or world ending plot. I sort of remember something about a tree, I think there was one on the cover, but not a normal tree. It was a normal modern day setting, girl was just a normal person in the beginning.

Haven't had any luck with google for the last two hours so I hope this might ring some bells for someone. I loved the book when I was younger but my memory is just awful.


message 2: by Bridget (last edited Apr 07, 2019 06:26AM) (new)


Gnome Claire *Wishes she was as cool as Gnome Ann* | 14 comments It's not the best match but The Golden Compass by phillip pullman has a female lead and there are animal spirits.


message 4: by Daeva (new)

Daeva | 3 comments Bridget wrote: "The Golden Compass maybe? or
Obernewtyn?"


No definitely not either of those. The world in the book was very normal, not like a complete different fantasy world going on.


message 6: by Daeva (new)

Daeva | 3 comments Ayshe wrote: "Someplace to Be Flying maybe?"

No, but a really good guess, it looks interesting haha. Thank you.


message 7: by Kate (new)

Kate Farrell | 4070 comments Mod
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message 8: by Moira (new)

Moira Mackinnon | 9 comments It sounds like The Dreaming Place, by Charles de Lint.


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