OT: childhood book help
Jadwiga Zajaczkowa / Jenne Heise
jenne at fiedlerfamily.net
Thu Apr 21 10:16:54 EDT 2005
Hm... could it be Octagon Magic or another of Andre Norton's Magic
Here's a review paper on them: http://wpl.lib.in.us/roger/MAGIC.HTML
> Bowing to the collective wisdom of this list, I wish to ask if anyone can
> help me find a book I remember from my childhood. I'm afraid I don't
> remember much, except it was a fantasy, set in an alternate world and
> hexagons or pentagons (something multi sided anyway) were magical or
> important somehow. I think the protagonist was a boy of about 10-13 years.
> The copy I read had a blue and white cover.
> If anyone can identify this book from these scraps of memory I'll be amazed
> and very grateful!
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