Deep secret Diana Wynne Jones A satire on science fiction conventions, featuring a multiverse magician. From delegates at a conference in England, he has to select a suitable candidate for chief magician of Earth as the old chief died. The fire witness Lars Kepler Flora has seen it all, but nobody believes her. A young girl is dead, someone killed her.
The curse of his chains was a heavy one, and there was many a time in which he found the weight of said chains to be unbearable.
So this must be perfectly understood: Marley was without hope. Misery was his meat, and despair was his drink. Nothing of the earth was his except for the cold fingers of the grave.
And it was there that Marley would never retreat. The grave was death! Marley had no powers such as those given to other earthbound spirits. He was a wraith — a wanderer.
However, upon saving the soul of a dear friend, he was given a haunting. Marley found himself trapped, staring out a window, into an ever-changing world, a world he would never again become a part of. A world of love, laughter, sorrow, and pain, he would always be a stranger to. Hoping to prove him worthy.
God, were there stories. One told of a bookkeeper said to be among one of the original owners, who had an experience with spirits that changed his life overnight. Another dealt with a crippled man, during the First World War, who constantly complained of rattling chains in his attic.
The house had a reputation, and it came as a shock that a family of Americans were about to move in. Kathy Kringle loved an adventure. Not in her wildest dreams did she ever think that she would be moving to England. She jumped from her seat, holding onto her Manny Mouse doll, leaving the moving van, and started heading off toward her new home.
Not only was she moving into a new home, she was moving into a new country. Strange things met her at every turn. She made a mental note storing it for later. Kathy thought it was her duty, when she found the time, to write a letter to the King of England, helping to correct that mistake.olive shoot, a wonderful thing; they breathed a voice into me, and power to sing the story of things of the future, and things past.
They told me to sing the race of the blessed gods everlasting, but always to put themselves at the beginning and end of my singing.
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