The Broken Citadel introduces the heroine Sibby as a spunky and sensitive child. The book is illustrated with graphic designs by Gregorian herself, depicting the playing cards used in her book to predict the future.
The Broken Citadel introduces the heroine Sibby as a spunky and sensitive child. Sibby, steps through a broken window from the world of Massachusetts into another world, Tredana, in which things are not always what they seem - including herself. The world is a heady blend of European and Middle Eastern culture, in which the rich past of by-gone temples, kingdoms and religions is symbolized by the broken citadel.
The Broken Citadel book. I've read this book in german translation, but even so I just loved it. I think Joyce Ballou Gregorian creates a world like Tolkien and . In the Otherworld, change was afoot. The winds whistled through. Lewis had done before, but completely different to other fantasy-countries.
Gregorian's book is a multi-layered gem, in which her young heroine's greatest gift is her empathy and caring for others, and the courage to be true to her own heart.
Joyce Ballou Gregorian Hampshire (July 5, 1946 – April 29, 1991) was an American author, expert on Oriental rugs, and horse breeder. Joyce Ballou Gregorian was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the third child of Phebe Ballou, of New England descent and the noted oriental rug dealer and expert Arthur T. Gregorian, an Armenian immigrant. She graduated from Beaver Country Day School in 1963. She attended the University of Edinburgh for one year and graduated with honors from Radcliffe College in 1968
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February 1984 : USA Mass Market Paperback.
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She broke off, gazing at him quizzically. I think I see how the system works, Miss Page.
Born in Cardross, Scotland, A. J. Cronin studied at the University of Glasgow. In 1916 he served as a surgeon sub-lieutenant in the Royal Navy Volunteers Reserve, and at the war’s end he completed his medical studies and practiced in South Wales. He was later appointed to the Ministry of Mines, studying the medical problems of the mining industry. She broke off, gazing at him quizzically.
ISBN 10: 0441080995 ISBN 13: 9780441080991. Publisher: Ace Books, 1983.
Level: advanced Genre: novel Length: longest. Chapter one - The New Doctor. Chapter second - Fever. Chapter three - The Sewer. Chapter four - A Visit to the School. Chapter five - Christine. Chapter six - Curing a 'Madman'.