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Old 23rd May 2017, 10:54   #11
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Just passing through to let you know I have started reading The Weirdstone of Brisingamen to my #1 spawning. I'm loving it, he's ambivalent. Colin and Susan have just been chased by the Svarts for the first time. Great stuff. And I get to do accents.
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Glad you're enjoying it, lurgee. And after that, you still have "The Moon of Gomrath" in that series. The most recent Garner - "Boneland" - is a finale to the story of Colin and Susan but a book for adults.
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