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Wild Talent: a Novel of the Supernatural is the strange tale of Jeannie Guthrie, a sixteen-year-old Scottish farm worker, who possesses a frightening talent. Believing that she has unintentionally killed her ne'er-do-well cousin, her fear of being sentenced as a witch propels her to flee her home to London. There, Guthrie is befriended by the free-spirited and adventurous Alexandra David, and introduced to Madame Helena Blavatsky's famous salon where she begins to understand the source of her strange powers. With detailed action sequences Kernaghan engages her readers as Jeannie and Alexandra venture from the late Victorian world of spiritualists and theosophists; to the fin de siecle Paris of burgeoning artists, anarchists and esoteric cults; and finally to the perilous country of the Beyond. It is against these eerie late 19th century backdrops that Kernaghan weaves an accessible tale of myth and magic, while at the same time addressing the serious and relevant issues of trust, conviction, and power. fantasy,historical,historical fiction,humanities,literature,literature and fiction,science fiction and fantasy,teen and young adult,textbooks Historical Fiction, Thistledown Press, Limited

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[EAN: 9781897235409], Neubuch, [PU: Thistledown Press, United States], Brand New Book. Wild Talent: a Novel of the Supernatural is the strange tale of Jeannie Guthrie, a sixteen-year-old Scottish farm worker, who possesses a frightening talent. Believing that she has unintentionally killed her ne er-do-well cousin, her fear of being sentenced as a witch propels her to flee her home to London. There, Guthrie is befriended by the free-spirited and adventurous Alexandra David, and introduced to Madame Helena Blavatsky s famous salon where she begins to understand the source of her strange powers.With detailed action sequences Kernaghan engages her readers as Jeannie and Alexandra venture from the late Victorian world of spiritualists and theosophists; to the fin de siecle Paris of burgeoning artists, anarchists and esoteric cults; and finally to the perilous country of the Beyond.It is against these eerie late 19th century backdrops that Kernaghan weaves an accessible tale of myth and magic, while at the same time addressing the serious and relevant issues of trust, conviction, and power.

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The year is 1888. Life takes an abrupt turn for sixteen year old Scottish farm worker Jeannie Guthrie when she defends herself against the advances of her ne'er-do-well cousin George. Convinced that she has fatally wounded her cousin, Jeannie flees in panic to London. There she is befriended by the free-spirited Alexandra David, and introduced to Madame Helena Blavatsky's famous salon. In that eccentric household Jeannie comes to realize that she possesses a dangerous and unwished-for "wild talent". Drawn reluctantly into the world of the occult, and seemingly haunted by George's vengeful ghost, Jeannie must learn to control her mysterious power in order to survive.We follow Jeannie and Alexandra as they travel from the late Victorian world of spiritualists and theosophists to the fin de si?cle Paris of artists, anarchists and esoteric cults; and finally to the perilous country of the Beyond. fantasy,historical,historical fiction,humanities,literature,literature and fiction,science fiction and fantasy,teen and young adult,textbooks Fantasy, Thistledown Press

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The year is 1888. Life takes an abrupt turn for sixteen year old Scottish farm worker Jeannie Guthrie when she defends herself against the advances of her ne'er-do-well cousin George. Convinced that she has fatally wounded her cousin, Jeannie flees in panic to London. There she is befriended by the free-spirited Alexandra David, and introduced to Madame Helena Blavatsky's famous salon. In that eccentric household Jeannie comes to realize that she possesses a dangerous and unwished-for "wild talent". Drawn reluctantly into the world of the occult, and seemingly haunted by George's vengeful ghost, Jeannie must learn to control her mysterious power in order to survive.We follow Jeannie and Alexandra as they travel from the late Victorian world of spiritualists and theosophists to the fin de siècle Paris of artists, anarchists and esoteric cults; and finally to the perilous country of the Beyond. fantasy,historical,historical fiction,humanities,literature,literature and fiction,science fiction and fantasy,teen and young adult,textbooks Fantasy, Thistledown Press

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"Wild Talent: a Novel of the Supernatural" is the strange tale of Jeannie Guthrie, a sixteen-year-old Scottish farm worker, who possesses a frightening talent. Believing that she has unintentionally killed her ne'er-do-well cousin, her fear of being sentenced as a witch propels her to flee her home to London. There, Guthrie is befriended by the free-spirited and adventurous Alexandra David, and introduced to Madame Helena Blavatsky's famous salon where she begins to understand the source of her strange powers. With detailed action sequences Kernaghan engages her readers as Jeannie and Alexandra venture from the late Victorian world of spiritualists and theosophists; to the "fin de siecle" Paris of burgeoning artists, anarchists and esoteric cults; and finally to the perilous country of the Beyond. It is against these eerie late 19th century backdrops that Kernaghan weaves an accessible tale of myth and magic, while at the same time addressing the serious and relevant issues of trust, conviction, and power.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781897235409
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1897235402
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: THISTLEDOWN PR
261 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,363 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1897235402

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
1-897235-40-2, 978-1-897235-40-9


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