[DWJ] Does anyone recognise this?

Kyra Jucovy klj at sccs.swarthmore.edu
Wed Nov 22 15:57:14 EST 2006

On Tue, 21 Nov 2006, Ven wrote:

> A young girl (the youngest of 3 or 4) while at a
> lakehouse on holiday begins to conjure magic she
> says she learned from a man named Rowan. The
> other siblings believe she's gone mad. She
> continues her magic and Rowan does things for
> her... including quite evil and malicious things
> to her siblings and other "enemies" a girl of
> about six would have. The Rowan character finally
> through this little girl becomes powerful and all
> of the children must fight to save their sister
> in the end.
> Any ideas?
> Ven

This question just came up on another mailing list I'm on - I assume
you're probably getting it from the same place, since the phrasing is
exactly the same ;-).  On that list, someone suggested that it was  "The
Power of the Rellard", by Carolyn F Logan.  Never heard of it myself,


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