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by Jan Siegel

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  • ISBN 0345441435
  • ISBN13 978-0345441430
  • Language English
  • Author Jan Siegel
  • Publisher Del Rey; Reprint edition (May 29, 2001)
  • Formats docx txt rtf mobi
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Action and Adventure
  • Size ePub 1637 kb
  • Size Fb2 1660 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 688

It began ages past in fabled Atlantis, when a mad, power-hungry queen forged a key to a door never meant to be opened by mortal man--its inception would hasten her own death and the extinction of her vainglorious race. For millennia the key lay forgotten beneath the waves, lost amid the ruins of what had been the most beautiful city on Earth. But however jealously the sea hoards its secrets, sooner or later it yields them up. Now, in present-day Yorkshire, that time has come. And for young Fernanda Capel, life will never be the same again . . .

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Used availability for Jan Siegel's Prospero's Children. May 2000 : USA Hardback.

Ingenous and Imaginative. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 13 years ago. Prospero's Children is the first novel in the(recently titled)Fern Capel Trilogy. Filled with smooth poetic and dreamy prose, accompanied by complex and realistic characters with real flaws, personal quirks and mannerism that define and either endure them to the reader or as in the case of some other readers annoy them.

Jan Siegel is also the author of Prospero’s Children

Jan Siegel is also the author of Prospero’s Children. She has already lived through one lifetime–during which she traveled the world and supported herself through a variety of professions, including that of actress, barmaid, garage hand, laboratory assistant, journalist, an. ore about Jan Siegel. Category: Contemporary Fantasy.

Prospero’s Children steps into the gap that exists between The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Clive Barker’s Weaveworld, and is destined to become a modern classic. Sci-fi & Fantasy Fantasy. One fee. Stacks of books.

You can read book Prospero's Children by Jan Siegel in our library for absolutely free. The Day-the Day to Man! thought Fern, remembering her Kip-ling. The wind that touched her cheek felt totally clean and free, a wind that knew neither bonds nor boundaries, which might have blown straight from some virgin height, over grass and gorse, rock and river, to be breathed only by he. oreLess Show More Show Less.

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blac wolf
This is literally my favorite fantasy novel. An amazing take on Atlantis, and magical systems, and in later books, Arthurian mythology. With amazing female characters with real life flaws and problems, in all shades of morality. The writing is lyrical and yet not at all tedious, gorgeous descriptions without being long winded, frankly, I can't even describe how much I love this book, and you should absolutely read it immediately.
This was a very good book. I love stories of the past and Atlantis has always fascinated me. I truly enjoyed reading this book.
A perfect parable about self discovery, magic, time, and Atlantis. Modern and unexpectedly awesome!!!
Beautifully written and wonderfully told. I'm a new fan of Jan and want to read all of her books now!
felt boot
This is the first novel by Jan Siegel. Grabs me right from the start. Seems to get get clouded with over descriptive terms at times which seems a lil much at times. Characters seem to just pop up out of nowhere without proper introduction of thier origins which takes away from the believability of them. The ending gets exciting. Story is still a recommended read for a fan of fantasy. I will read the next book in this series for sure. I have a feeling the second will be much better.
Interesting and it holds your attention.
Mary DeBoer
I have already read the entire trilogy through the library but the story and characters are so masterfully drawn that I decided to add them to my Kindle Library. I intend to visit this world again and again.
I have read this book so many times and love it. Misplaced à copy I had à while ago and just had to get it on my Kindle this time to have it forever.