A swiftly tilting planet

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Dell, 1984 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
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In this companion volume to A Wrinkle In  Time (Newbery Award winner) and  A Wind In The Door fifteen-year-old  Charles Wallace and the unicorn Gaudior undertake a  perilous journey through time in a desperate  attempt to stop the destruction of the world by the  mad dictator Madog Branzillo. They are not alone in  their quest. Charles Wallace's sister, Meg--grown  and expecting her first child, but still able to  enter her brother's thoughts and emotions by  "kything"--goes with him in  spirit.



But in overcoming the challenges, Charles  Wallace must face the ultimate test of his faith and  will, as he is sent within four people from  another time, there to search for a way to avert the  tragedy threatening them all.



"L'Engle's  gifts are at their most impressive here." --  Publisher's Weekly

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Person indwelling other beings; confusing

User Review  - Mrs V - Christianbook.com

After my teenage daughter stopped reading the first book because of scriptural problems, I as her mother decided to investigate this series to see why they were recommended. I found a lot of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kristen - Christianbook.com

Like all the magnificent Time Quintet books, A Swiftly Tilting Planet is jewel in the crown of imaginative literature. A closer look at a previously unsympathetic character is both fascinating and ... Read full review

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About the author (1984)

Madeline L'Engle, the popular author of many books for children and adults, has interspersed her writing and teaching career with raising three children, maintaining an apartment in New York and a farmhouse of charming confusion which is called "Crosswicks.