Prospero's Children (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 18, 2007 - Fiction - 352 pages
32 Reviews
It began ages past in fabled Atlantis, when a mad, power-hungry queen forged a key to a door never meant to be opened by mortal man--its inception would hasten her own death and the extinction of her vainglorious race. For millennia the key lay forgotten beneath the waves, lost amid the ruins of what had been the most beautiful city on Earth. But however jealously the sea hoards its secrets, sooner or later it yields them up. Now, in present-day Yorkshire, that time has come. And for young Fernanda Capel, life will never be the same again . . .


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Review: Prospero's Children (Fern Capel #1)

User Review  - Adam Ross - Goodreads

A remarkable fantasy about Atlantis (and a whole lot more). One of the most alluring and hypnotic books I have read in a long time, with incredible prose. It reads like a classic fantasy out of the ... Read full review

Review: Prospero's Children (Fern Capel #1)

User Review  - Jenn Chrisner - Goodreads

The story line was OK, it didn't really grab me. But the last page and a half, that brought the ENTIRE book together. I had to put the book down and go "Oh....." Those last pages are going to make this book very memorable. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
13
Section 3
32
Section 4
58
Section 5
90
Section 6
117
Section 7
139
Section 8
169
Section 9
200
Section 10
245
Section 11
325
Section 12
329
Section 13
333
Section 14
335
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About the author (2007)

Jan Siegel is also the author of The Dragon-Charmer. She has already lived through one lifetime--during which she traveled the world and supported herself through a variety of professions, including that of actress, barmaid, garage hand, laboratory assistant, journalist, and model. Her new life is devoted to her writing, but she also finds time to ride, ski, and attend the opera.


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