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Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Author:
    Diane Duane
  • ISBN:
    0446673021
  • ISBN13:
    978-0446673020
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  • Publisher:
    Aspect (December 1, 1997)
  • Pages:
    404 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction & Fantasy
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    1592 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    130
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The book of night with moon. For Keith De Candido.

The book of night with moon. A Note on Feline Linguistics.

The Gaze of Rhoua’s Eye (feline recension of The Book of Night with Moon): Ixiii, 18.

The Book of Night with Moon by Diane Duane I am the Cat who took up His stance by the Persea Tree, on the night we destroyed the enemies of Go. ert em hru, c. 2800 . tr. Budge Bite: bite hard, and find the tenth life. The Gaze of Rhoua’s Eye (feline recension of The Book of Night with Moon): Ixiii, 18.

The Book of Night With Moon is a 1997 fantasy novel by Diane Duane. Although set in the Young Wizards universe, it was written as an adult novel. It centers on a team of cat-wizards. This book takes place in between books 4 and 5 of the Young Wizards series. English, by way of comparison, has only about 20, depending on dialect.

Diane Duane brings New York alive, from the perspective of ten inches off the ground, a rooftop ledge twenty stories high, or below the streets in the smoky tunnels of the subway system. This is a book I re-read, enjoying it again each time. I don't know how many times I have read this book and its sequel but when I have run out of other things to read I can always come back to it again and know I won't be the least bit bored or disenchanted. The one hope I have is that Diane will continue to write about these wonderful cat wizards-PLEASE!

feline recension of The Book of Night with Moon): Ixiii, 18. Chapter On. They can make water run uphill and fly off to the Moon when they like, she thought, resigned, but they can't make hiouh– litter that won't stick to your paws

feline recension of The Book of Night with Moon): Ixiii, 18. Chapter One. They never turn the lights off in Grand Central; and they may lock the doors between 1 and 5:30 . but the place never quite becomes still. They can make water run uphill and fly off to the Moon when they like, she thought, resigned, but they can't make hiouh– litter that won't stick to your paws. A serious misplacement ofprioritie. hiow went to the edge of the railed terrace, looked down.

I am the Cat who took up His stance by the Persea Tree, on the night we destroyed the enemies of Go. Bite: bite hard, and find the tenth life. The Gaze of Rhoua’s Eye. (feline recension of The Book of Night with Moon): Ixiii, 18. For this book’s purposes, though, all cat-to-human speech, whether physical or vocal, is rendered as normal dialogue: that’s the way it seems to the cats, after al. .

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton, 1997. Epic fantasy about a group of super-intelligent cats. Rhiow appears to be a pampered New York pet cat, but in reality she is a wizard, working alongside human beings and other animals to protect the world from the forces of darkness, which are attacking the city via the underground tunnels.

Diane Duane ice officers strolling past,.

Diane Duane ice officers strolling past, easygoing but alert; someone from the night cleaning crew heading toward the information island in the center of the floor with a. Bucket and a lot of polishing cloths for all that century-old brass.

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Rhiow seems a perfectly ordinary New York City cat. Or so her humans think--but she is much more than she appears. With her partners Saash and Urruah, she collaborates with human wizards, protecting the earth from dark forces and helping to maintain the network of magical gateways between different realities.

Anayaron
I dislike the reviewing system's change, the yes-no to violence or sexual content. This book is about cats. It's not very explicit on either level but the challenges and combats in it are meaningful. They are powerful and emotionally engaging. The characters are cats! Sex for cats isn't the same as for humans and while a few human characters are tangential they're not the main focus. There's emotional conflict, there's very intense conflict, grief and loss and rage come into it, the book's layered and so well written that rereads show nuances and give it richness. I honestly couldn't remember for a moment if it had violence or sexual elements because however explicit or not, the intensity of those emotional connections and conflicts was completely immersive. I think it falls on the high side of all censors and sits as a spinoff of a youth series, however, a good book can be more powerful without being explicit than if it was - or be explicit but you don't notice because it is so meaningful.
Rigiot
When I give five stars I usually have to explain that there aren't enough different ratings available and that the book in question is not _Kim_ or _The Lord of the Rings_ or _Huckleberry Finn_ or _The Moon is a Harsh Mistress_ Maybe I will include this book in some of those future explanations. It is that good. I read it years ago and never forgot it, although my copy of the book got borrowed once too often. I _expected_ to give it five stars after re-reading it in Kindle form and I was not disappointed.
The protagonists in this book are cats. They are wizards who cooperate with human and other wizards in protecting life from entropy, the threat of the end of all things. And the source of entropy is an individual. He is greeted as "Eldest, Fairest and Fallen, greetings and defiance."
The team that goes on quest to deliver this defiance consists of three veteran cat-wizards and one youngster, in the first flush of his power and, of course, full of confusion and resentment.
The quest is often grim and there are tragedies along the way. And the triumph is probably not final. But there is great beauty on the voyage.
"My paw raised is Their paw on the neck of the serpent, now and always" part of Rhiow's oath
Gholbirdred
I started reading the Young Wizards Series when I was in the 6th grade. I've been hooked ever since. This is the first expanded universe book I've read and it deserves the same, if not better praise than the original series.

It is more adult themed than the core series is but there's nothing wrong it's that. If you are going to get this for your kids I wouldn't recommend for under 15 or so to to some subject material, mostly the very dark revalation that comes about our fresh young wizard's kittenhood. Rarely has a book been able to bring more than coursery tears to my eyes, but this had me bawling. Of course that just shows the power of the story.

I must read for any fan of the author for sure.
VizoRRR
The feline wizards are delightfully complex characters who deal with the human world adroitly, each according to their natures. Rhiow, leader of the Gating Complex in New York, and her co-workers encounter a young wizard on Ordeal, who really isn't sure what he has gotten himself into yet. Diane Duane brings New York alive, from the perspective of ten inches off the ground, a rooftop ledge twenty stories high, or below the streets in the smoky tunnels of the subway system. This is a book I re-read, enjoying it again each time.
BroWelm
This is a fun addition to and exploration of the Young Wizards universe. It's Duane's writing at her wordiest, and feels slow at times, but she holds the reader's attention with evocative characters, humorous examinations of the one-sided conversations between cats and their humans, and a climactic conflict that fits perfectly with the ones featured in the main Young Wizards series.
Thetath
I don't know how many times I have read this book and its sequel but when I have run out of other things to read I can always come back to it again and know I won't be the least bit bored or disenchanted. The one hope I have is that Diane will continue to write about these wonderful cat wizards-PLEASE!
Tansino
Although the main stars are of the feline persuasion, even those who do not care for cats should like this series. There is no obvious or cutesy anthropomorphism & I loved the way the tables are turned in this story. Duane's a gem of a writer & one I'll read anytime, anywhere. Her grasp of fantasy, mixed with a strongly moving plot, and a highly skilled instinct for when to be more introspective is excellent. Highly recommended.
A great book I read when I was younger. Rereading it now, years later, it was still great, but was a lot more technical and impressively written than I remembered. Cat and magic lovers will find this an interesting read!