Date: 2017-08-11 10:26 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] pameladean
I read a bunch of them: Patricia Wrede's Talking to Dragons, of course, and the Nicholas Stuart Gray; and the line was my introduction both to Jane Yolen and to Diana Wynne Jones. It wasn't my introduction to McKillip, but I liked The Throme of the Erril of Sherrill very much indeed. For years I believed that the Peter Dickinson book in that line was The Blue Hawk, which is a long-time favorite. But it wasn't, and I've never actually read Tulku. I love Dickenson's thrillers and mysteries, but his YA sf and fantasy are a bit unpredictable. My single favorite from that line is probably Power of Three.

Edited to get rid of lingering italics.

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