by Garth NixBook : Fiction : Juvenile audience  |  1st ed
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A nice addition to any library.   (2009-07-21)
This is the sequel to the popular Sabriel and in this book Lirael (who is unsure of her paternity and doesn't feel part of the Clayr) must undertake a mission to remove the king's touchstone. She is a resourceful character that all will find appealing. This is...
Great addition to the collection   (2009-04-17)
Lirael has never felt she belongs to the Clayr, a group with the ability to see the future. However, she has other abilities that makeher the best person to help defeat a terrible evil that threatens her entire world. Strong characters and an engaging story line.
Fantasy for librarians and dog-lovers!   (2009-01-08)
This is, without a doubt, my favorite book in the Abhorsen series. It may have something to do with being a librarian, but I think it has much more to do with Lirael and her insecurities, strengths, and maybe even her dog. I mean, the Disreputable Dog may be the best talking dog EVER. ...