Flora Segunda: Being the Magickal Mishaps of a Girl of Spirit, Her Glass-gazing Sidekick, Two Ominous Butlers (one Blue), a House with Eleven Thousand Rooms, and a Red Dog

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Harcourt, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 431 pages
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Flora knows better than to take shortcuts in her family home, Crackpot Hall--the house has eleven thousand rooms, and ever since her mother banished the magickal butler, those rooms move around at random. But Flora is late for school, so she takes the unpredictable elevator anyway. Huge mistake. Lost in her own house, she stumbles upon the long-banished butler--and into a mind-blowing muddle of intrigue and betrayal that changes her world forever.      Full of wildly clever plot twists, this extraordinary first novel establishes Ysabeau Wilce as a compelling new voice in teen fantasy.   This book features a teaser chapter from the second Flora book, Flora’s Dare.

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Review: Flora Segunda (Flora Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Lilli Perspice - Goodreads

Since I'm reading Flora's Dare I thought I should probably write this review before the two books get muddled together. There is plenty of good stuff in Flora Segunda to talk about, starting with the ... Read full review

Review: Flora Segunda (Flora Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Robin - Goodreads

It's enjoyable enough as YA fantasy, but I feel like the author is making otherwise-smart Flora carry the Idiot Ball, because otherwise there would be no plot. And that's annoying, and makes me tense ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Ysabeau S. Wilce is the author of Flora Segunda, Flora's Dare, and Flora's Fury , and she has also published work in Asimov's Science Fiction and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. She has been nominated for the World Fantasy Award and the Tiptree Award, and Flora's Dare won the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy. Trained as a military historian, she claims to have turned to fiction when the truth no longer compared favorably to the shining lies of her imagination. She lives in San Francisco with her family. Visit hernbsp;website at www.yswilce.com .

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