Wherever Grace Is Needed

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Batya Weinbaum Jones, Diana Wynne (1934- ) Diana Wynne Jones is exceptional among fantasy writers in that she writes for all age groups. Pepper Roux’s death by age 14 was foretold in a dream, and his aunt Mireille has prayed over him everyday. Born in Frankfurt-on-Main, a member of the Socialist Young Workers movement. These theories enabled Shelley to subtly critique the masculinist nature of science as it was practiced in her day. An offbeat, spike-haired, but lovable college student falls in love with the university's star athlete.

Pages: 401

Publisher: Kensington; 1 edition (May 31, 2011)

ISBN: B004NEW73W

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