Re: [McKinley: more witchiness]

From: Sarah Imholt <>
Date: Fri Jun 30 2000 - 13:45:53 PDT wrote:
>now i have another witchy-type question: do y'all know if any of the
>following books about witches are set in the [more or less] "real world," >or
whether they take place in fantasy/sci-fi type settings?

_a sudden wild magic_ This is by Diana Wynne Jones and is set on Earth,
present times, and is about how witches/mages protect the world. Part of it
happens in space. I haven't read it in a while (it isn't one of my favorites
by her) but it is good--funny stuff. That's all I can remember.

_a college of magics_ By Caroline Stevermer and set in a separate fantasy
world. I liked this one also.

I swear I have read THE JUNIPER GAME, but cannot recall anything about it at
all! Or maybe I am just thinking about the book JUNIPER by Monica Furlong.
It is the sequel of sorts to WISE CHILD. Very witchy, very good stuff, though
it is marketed towards YA.

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