Caught In Crystal: A Lyra Novel by Patricia C. WredeCaught In Crystal: A Lyra Novel by Patricia C. Wrede

Caught In Crystal: A Lyra Novel

byPatricia C. Wrede

Paperback | December 13, 2011

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In the magical world of Lyra, an innkeeper is forced to confront her darkest secret

For more than a decade, Kayl has run a modest country inn. She opened it with her husband, and they managed it together until a summer illness took him away, leaving her alone with their two children. The three of them get by, living happily together as the years pass, but everything changes the day a sorceress asks for a room.
 
Her name is Corrana, and by her silver brooch Kayl knows that she is a member of the order of Sisterhood of Stars, a coven of witches that Kayl left after a secret mission went horribly wrong. Kayl is sure that Corrana has come to take her back to the life she had renounced years before. Now, to save her family and her world, she will have to unlock a side of herself that she buried long ago.
For over twenty years, Patricia C. Wrede (b. 1953) has expanded the boundaries of young-adult fantasy writing. Her first novel, Shadow Magic (1982), introduced Lyra, a magical world in which she set four more novels. Her other series include the Enchanted Forest Chronicles; the Cecelia and Kate novels, co-written with Caroline Steverme...
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Title:Caught In Crystal: A Lyra NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:364 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.81 inPublished:December 13, 2011Publisher:Open Road MediaLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1453236945

ISBN - 13:9781453236949

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Editorial Reviews

“Wrede’s delightful voice is all her own.” —School Library Journal

“No doubt the charm, humor, and intelligence of Wrede’s writing will continue to enthrall.” —Publishers Weekly

“High-style fantasy and adventure.” —The New York Times