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More to Love (A Perfect Fit, uRds are supposed to fight against the death that isn t fair the fear and pain and anger and loneliness that the Lone Power created and forcedpon the worlds Taking his weapon and making it your own that s what the Silent Lord did and #it bound Him for thousands of years Doesn t mean you can t be afraid Oops I am #bound Him for thousands of years Doesn t mean you can t be afraid Oops I am absolutely in love with these little books First off let me say that I have been trying a straddling techniue in reading these I have been alternating between listening to the fantastically charming audiobook for my commute to work and then switc After reading and absolutely commute to work and then switc After reading and absolutely my commute to work and then switc After reading and absolutely the first book in the series So You Want to be a Wizard I just knew I had to read the second book Deep Wizardry In all honesty this book is nowhere near as good as the first First this book is not as creative and riveting as the first book I mean not even in the same ball park which was extremely disappointing While it is well written and very well researched there are many marine biology terms sed throughout the novel the plot is just moves at a very slow pace There were several times where I almost put the book down altogether because of the extremely dull story line and horrendously slow slower than molasses pacing The two main characters Kit and Nita were immature and to be honest pretty stupid and impulsive These alities really made me want to slap each of them on the side of the head and tell them to get their sht together Despite some of the factors mentioned above the story was not a complete waste as it did have some interesting concepts here and there While it ended on a relatively good note I felt very nsatisfied with the ending almost like a perfect bow wrapped around a little too tightly Based on all this I ll probably hold off on the res of the series for now This review contains spoilers for So You Want to Be a WizardI remember in my younger years not liking this book as much as So You Want to Be a Wizard which I ll be. In battle against the sinister Lone Power Becoming whales themselves Nita and Kit join in an ancient ritual performed by whales dolp. Ah Ed He was the best part but also Carl and Tom and Peach I love that Nita and Kit are solid best friends and are a team Their magic is very collaborative and I enjoy this so much Read my full review at wadingthroughbookswordpresscomI m finding it really interesting to read the New Millennium Editions I ve read all of the original editions and the earlier ones have always felt a bit out of sync with the later books since the nine that are currently out were written and published over 20 years Technology has changed a great deal and there are some details that get forgotten in between the books that Duane has fixed For example Nita wore glasses in the first book but not in the rest of the series Deep Wizardry clears it p by explaining that Nita is Better Lucky Than Dead (Chance Lee, using wizardry to fix her eyes A minor point but it s nice to tie the books closely together especially when you are reading them as a series and not as stand alone novels It also explains why Nita and Kit don t justse cell phones the beach is a no signal area which would be today s reader s First Uestion When Someone Is uestion when someone is for the pair This whole series really examines the idea of choice and personal responsibility Nita is warned to read the fine print but she agrees to participate in the Song of Twelve and to play the role of the Silent Lord without realizing that it is not a play it is a re enactment and that whoever plays the Silent Lord really does die Nita is 13 she doesn t want to die she is frantic to find a way to live but if she doesn t do what she promised she would do millions of people will die Is her life worth millions of other lives Maybe she didn t nderstand the promise that she made at the time but she still promised She was old enough to take the Oath of wizardry to take the Oath of the Song of Twelve she is old enough to face the conseuences And sometimes people die They do it all the time as Carl points out Dying is easy And it s not fair But that s what wiza. Coming to the aid of a wounded whale Kit and Nita are plunged into deep wizardry The whale is a wizard and she enlists Kit and Nita. ,

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Deep WizardryReferring to as SYWTBAW from now on because geez that s a long title My reasoning It was too weird I don t know why humans shapeshifting into whales was too weird but I didn t have a problem with humans shapeshifting into whales was too weird but I didn t have a problem with humans p with a celestial object and a sentient sports car to fight evil in a parallel Concordancia de la Biblia Strong Concisa (Spanish Edition): James Strong: 9781602555174: Amazon.com: Books universe Seems like a pretty arbitrary place to draw the lineWith my inexplicable aversion to shapeshifting behind me I was finally able to enjoy Deep Wizardry to its fullest during my most recent reread Whereas SYWTBAW is a blend of fantasy and science fiction this book is pretty straightforward fantasy It s also tonally different SYWTBAW had a fast paced edge of your seat feel to it while Deep Wizardry feels slower and ponderous It fits thenderwater theme of the story in my opinionI m still head over heels in love with Nita Callahan as a character In this book we get to see a introspective side of her which is great for her character development Because the entire book is written from her "perspective the insight into Kit is limited and focused specifically on his relationship "the insight into Kit is limited and focused specifically on his relationship Nita how she sees him and what she thinks of him And Diane Duane s cast of side characters is just as vibrant as it was in book oneSomething that really impressed on me this reread was how Duane doesn t shy away from darkness and depth Obviously everything is still age appropriate for a middle grade novel but there s an added layer nderneath it all that I appreciate Maybe that s another reason this wasn t my favorite when I was younger there are a lot of complicated concepts explored in the text As I mentioned in my review of SYWTBAW Duane adds a philosophical twist to her stories which in the first book was occasionally a bit too much but I thought was executed much better hereI m glad I went back and reread this one as an adult I enjoyed it much this time around Up next book three which I remember loving the first two times I read it Let s hope that hasn t changed. Hins and a single fearsome shark But which poses of a danger the Lone Power or ed'Rashtekaresket the enormous shark as old as the se. ,