[DWJ] Fading in one's one world?

Sally Odgers sally at sallyodgers.com
Sat Oct 13 05:42:29 EDT 2012


Ah, so that's it. I read TLoCC only once... not a favourite. 

 

Sally Odgers

On Sat, 13 Oct 2012 07:30:15 +0100, Farah Mendlesohn 
<farah.sf at gmail.com> wrote:
On 13 October 2012 02:54, Sally Odgers <sodgers at iinet.net.au> wrote:
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> >
> > I have just listened to Conrad's Fate and caught something. (Don't read of
> > you're spoiler allergic)
> > S
> > P
> > O
> > I
> > L
> > E
> > R
> > S
> > P
> > O
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> > L
> > E
> > R
> > At the end, Conrad has just returned from Series 12 where he spent six
> > years
> > at Chrestomanci Castle. He says Gabriel DeWitt said no one can live outside
> > his/her own world for too long, because she/he fades. 
> > This brings me to two queries. 
> > 1. Does that mean s/he fades in the original world, or in the new world, or
> > in both?
> > 2. Where does that leave Millie? She was the Living Astoreth and she now
> > lives permanently in Series 12. 
> >
> > Sallyo
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> >
> > Millie has a life left in her own world that makes her secure. 
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