Flora's Fury : How a Girl of Spirit and a Red Dog Confound Their Friends, Astound Their Enemies, and Learn the Importance of Packing Light
Despite her troublesome attraction to magick, Flora has more or less spent her life doing what's been expected of her. Now, at sixteen, she knows that this path has been strewn with secrets. Sure that her true mother, Tiny Doom--long believed to be dead--is alive, Flora becomes determined to find her and leave behind the lies she's been told about who she is. Flora's quest takes her on a journey from lawless islands to the deadly desert, and into an unexpected romance with a brooding stranger who reveals himself to be a kindred spirit. And it all becomes far more dangerous when Flora realizes how desperately their enemies want Tiny Doom--and Flora herself--dead.
- Paperback | 517 pages
- 114.3 x 175.26 x 40.64mm | 249.47g
- 14 May 2013
- HOUGHTON MIFFLIN
- Boston, United States
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Praise for "Flora's Fury""[A] thrilling, bizarre ride."--"The Horn Book""Readers return to our heroine at a pivotal moment in her growth . . . Flora fans will love old mysteries solved."--"Kirkus Reviews""Offers some enjoyable twists . . . fans of Flora will not be disappointed."--"VOYA, "3Q 2P J S"A charming conclusion to a fine fantasy series."--"Booklist" Praise for "Flora Segunda""""Highly original, strange and amusing ...treats young readers with respect." Diana Wynne Jones* "A thoroughly original magical world marks this witty debut...Tantalizingly, the open-ended conclusion hints there might be more to come from this compelling and funny heroine." "Kirkus Reviews, " starred review"Like [Philip] Pullman s Lyra Silvertongue or [Terry] Pratchett s Tiffany Aching, Flora Fyrdraaca is a descendant of Jo March rather than a fainting beauty who needs rescuing." "The New York Times Book Review" Praise for "Flora's Dare" Winner of the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy "Wilce creates a fantastic and unique world. . . . Guaranteed thrills, chills, and amazing revelations." "VOYA"* "This fresh and funky setting is rich with glorious costumes, innovative language and tantalizing glimpses of history." "Kirkus Reviews, " starred review"Never loses its sense of fun." "Booklist ""