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Drowned Ammet
Drowned Ammet | Diana Wynne Jones
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When his protest against the tyrannical government fails, a young boy escapes, with two other children, to the mysterious Holy Islands where they learn the power of two folk figures celebrated by their countrymen.
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Currently at 23%! I‘m giddy with excitement! 😬 I am loving this series! #thedalemarkquartet

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Drowned Ammet | Diana Wynne Jones
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I advise you to take the little book. It‘s easy, and it has pictures.

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I love #thedalemarkquartet !

TheBookAddict 😂🤦🏽‍♀️ 3mo
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Gillyreads
Drowned Ammet | Diana Wynne Jones
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Going away for three nights for our anniversary 📚📚📚

Bindrosbookshelf I really liked Resurrection Bay! I liked the preparedness of the pile. I would have an ereader for backup as well. My husband is used to it 😊 7mo
Gillyreads @Bindrosbookshelf I have some ebooks on my phone 😊 7mo
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Andydear
Drowned Ammet | Diana Wynne Jones
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I have been trying to find a copy of this for months !!! No one had it anywhere in California but luckily out here in NY the libraries are a bit more DWJones friendly!!!

I read it all within the last 6 hours and i loved it! I think I still favor the first book, but i‘m rearing to go on #3!!

I can‘t wait to see these characters grow and looking forward to the ways DWJones folds magic into Dalemark like Libby Beer herself

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Mitt's misogyny aside, this is an interesting exploration of the clash between rich and poor, privileged and unprivileged. How two sides can be in the same conversation but have such different views of the matter.

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Yeah, I know Mitt's acting tough to frighten the other two, but it doesn't change the fact that this stems from his disdain for women. And that women have to 'deserve' being spoken to with civility. I really wonder what DWJ was thinking when she wrote this.

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I know this was published in 1977, but still.