The Water Mirror

The Water Mirror

Book - 2005
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In a place similar to Venice, Italy, two teenaged orphans, apprenticed to a maker of magic mirrors, begin to realize that their fates are tied to the magical protector of the city known as the Flowing Queen and to the ruler of Hell, respectively.
Publisher: New York : Margaret K. McElderry Books, 2005
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780689877872
0689877870
Branch Call Number: Ju F Mey
Additional Contributors: Crawford, Elizabeth D.

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teresadao
Jul 03, 2014

Mermaids, mysterious protectors, a stone lion known as the Ancient Traitor, a magic mirror maker, and three young apprentices to magic combine in this epic book in which the Venetians must protect their seiged city from the mighty force of the Egyptian Empire. Before, the mysterious force called the Flowing Queen has protected Venice's lagoon. Now, with the Flowing Queen in peril, who will save the city?

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Sep 16, 2012

In a place similar to Venice, Italy, two teenaged orphans, apprenticed to a maker of magic mirrors, begin to realize that their fates are tied to the magical protector of the city known as the Flowing Queen and to the ruler of Hell, respectively.

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teresadao
Jul 03, 2014

Other: It ends in a cliffhanger and isn't very complete. Also, the story doesn't focus much on Junipa or Serafin, contrary to most descriptions. The main character is Merle.

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