Guardian of the Gate

Guardian of the Gate

Book - 2010 | 1st U.S. ed.
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In 1891 London, sixteen-year-old orphan Lia Milthorpe continues her quest to end an ancient prophecy requiring her to search for missing pages and human "keys" and develop her powers for an inevitable final confrontation with her twin sister Alice.
Publisher: New York, NY : Little, Brown and Co., 2010.
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
ISBN: 9780316080040
Branch Call Number: YA ZINK
Characteristics: 340 p. ; 22 cm.


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Ólive Jul 24, 2012

Fun to read! I couldnt put it down! my teachers were telling me to put my book away constantly

Blue_Cat_692 Jan 31, 2012

this book makes an excellent read! you have to read the first one tho otherwise it won't make any sense AT ALL! but michelle zink showed how promising she was in her first book so i'll keep reading!

Jun 26, 2011

Fun to read! I couldnt put it down! my teachers were telling me to put my book away constantly

Sep 14, 2010

i simply adored the sequel of Prophecy of the Sisters! Zink has done a marvelous job! Can't wait for the last novel!!!!!! :)


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Ólive Jul 24, 2012

Ólive thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

Blue_Cat_692 Jan 31, 2012

Blue_Cat_692 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over


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Ólive Jul 24, 2012

Sexual Content: just a little but this book is mature

Blue_Cat_692 Jan 31, 2012

Sexual Content: very slight ~ not enough that an eleven yr old couldn't read


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Ólive Jul 24, 2012

Twin sisters, one evil and one good, play out their roles in a centuries-old prophecy in this second title of the series. Lia, the good twin, must travel to a mysterious island in order to stop evil spirits from entering the physical world. It is possible to start the series at this point as the author has done a great job of filling in details without totally retelling the first story. The setting is Edwardian, but the language is fresh and easy to read. It?s a great ?something is out there? story, good for scary nighttime reading. It will appeal to middle school and early high school readers of fantasy


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