Jinx on the Divide

Jinx on the Divide

Book - 2005
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Together with their old friends, Feliz and Betony must find a way to stop Rhino and the trickster jinx box from wrecking both their worlds with a lethal mix of science and magic.
Publisher: New York : Chicken House, c2005.
Edition: 1st American ed.
ISBN: 9780439724562
Branch Call Number: J FICTION KAY
Characteristics: 368 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Dewan, Ted


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FindingJane Jun 16, 2015

This novel takes off lickety-split with trouble brewing from the very first page. With problems involving everything from a mischievous bully to a knife-wielding brandee (what we call genies) to a chatty box with chameleon qualities, Felix Sanders has his hands full.

This novel brims with action, excitement and danger—so much of it, that it’s sometimes difficult to remember where the main characters are or what they are doing. They split off, meet new friends or old enemies and then reconverge so often that it’s rather dizzying. But Ms. Kay keeps her many plates spinning with vim and vigor and the action comes to a decided, if divided (heh, couldn’t resist), satisfying conclusion.


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