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Alexander is a really good author. I have read nearly all of his books which include the Westmark trilogy and the Prydain Chronicles. This book had an intelligent story line of a boy, a poet-turned-donkey, and a pythoness who went on all sorts of adventure together. A good read!!
posted Jul 5, 2004
This book was awesome! It had everything in it, greatly described characters, an interesting unpredictable plot, a lot of humor and a pinch of romance makes this book one of the best i've ever read! I highly reccomend it to a teen who wants to read a great story and get a few entertaining laughs along the way.
posted Oct 15, 2004
This has a sort of 'convincing' magic. Joy-in-the-Dance can convince people that something is happening when it really isn't. Such as their bread is one fire. Or it's raining frogs. Actually not the frogs. But she could if she wanted to. And that's the point.
posted May 25, 2010 at 6:28PM
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Must flee the corrupt kingdom or be killed; goes on a journey to find his purpose in life; tries to help Fronto turn back into a human.
Poet; has been turned into a donkey because of his stupidity; goes along with Lucian on his journey, so he can figure away to return into a human.