FLORA SEGUNDA: Being the Magickal Mishaps of a Girl of Spirit, Her Glass-Gazing Sidekick, Two Ominous Butlers (One Blue), a House with Eleven Thousand Rooms, and a Red Dog A thoroughly original magical world marks this witty debut. Flora Nemain Fyrdraaca ov Fyrdraaca is not looking forward to her 14th-birthday celebration. Like everyone in her family, Flora is expected to become a soldier, but she'd rather be a ranger, casting spells and spying for her country. Her mother is always away leading the nation's armies, her father's been a madman since he was broken in
LibraryThing Review I really enjoyed this book and it's sequel. Great fun, smart, and I loved the main character, Flora.
LibraryThing Review In an alternate California, a Victorian heroine of spirit has to contend with her mother the General, her father (an ex-POW fallen on hard emotional times), the imminent approach of her fourteenth
LibraryThing Review Very original and a really solid world.
LibraryThing Review A very different book. Odd spellings and style make it a biy hard to get into...but boy does it pay off. Wilce has a keen imagination and a fantastic sense of humor. Our teen book club read it and everyone loved it.
LibraryThing Review I have to say that I opened the first few pages of this book very eagerly. And about ten chapters later, I put it back down and couldn't seem to talk myself into picking it up again. So I didn't