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Joan Aiken

Joan Aiken

·3.95·46,648 Ratings
“ Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation. ” ― Rumi
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  • Arabel and Mortimer (Arabel and Mortimer, #4-6)

    2007·
    ·4.28·234 Ratings
    In this silly sequel to Arabel's Raven, Mortimer floats out to sea on a grand piano, tries to get even with three giraffes that have stolen his doughnuts at the zoo, and takes off with King Arthur's sword. Will Arabel ever be able to control her trouble-m
  • The Stolen Lake (The Wolves Chronicles, #4)

    2005·
    ·3.9·596 Ratings
    Dido Twite, heroine of Black Hearts in Battersea and Nightbirds on Nantucket, is on her wildest adventure yet. On her way back to London aboard the Thrush, Dido and crew are summoned to the aid of the tyrannical queen of New Cumbria. Her island is an infe
  • Midnight Is a Place

    2002·
    ·3.9·836 Ratings
    Lucas Bell is lonely and miserable at Midnight Court, a vast, brooding house owned by his intolerable guardian, Sir Randolph Grimsby. When a mysterious carriage brings a visitor to the house, Lucas hopes he’s found a friend at last. But the newcomer, An
  • Black Hearts in Battersea (The Wolves Chronicles, #2)

    1999·
    ·4.13·3,476 Ratings
    Simon, the foundling from The Wolves of Willoughby Chase, arrives in London to meet an old friend and pursue the study of painting. Instead he finds himself unwittingly in the middle of a wicked crew's fiendish caper to overthrow the good King James and t
  • The Cuckoo Tree (The Wolves Chronicles, #6)

    2000·
    ·4.02·834 Ratings
    When Dido Twite sets foot back on English soil, more mischief awaits. As her friend Captain Hughes recovers from a carriage accident, Dido stays at the Dogkennel Cottages and meets the odd inhabitants of Tegleaze Manor: strange old Lady Tegleaze, her neph
  • Dangerous Games (The Wolves Chronicles, #5)

    2000·
    ·3.66·225 Ratings
    This eagerly awaited addition to Joan Aiken's award-winning Wolves series takes us on Dido's most imaginative adventure yet!Dido Twite has been sailing the high seas, chasing after Lord Herodsfoot, who is scouring the globe for new and interesting games.
  • Nightbirds on Nantucket (The Wolves Chronicles, #3)

    1999·
    ·4.13·1,854 Ratings
    Having had enough of life on board the ship that saved her from a watery grave, Dido Twite wants nothing more than to sail home to England. Instead, Captain Casket's ship lands in Nantucket, where Dido and the captain's daughter, Dutiful Penitence, are le
  • The Youngest Miss Ward

    1998·
    ·3.44·185 Ratings
    Harriet Ward, known as Hatty by her sisters Lady Bertram and Mrs. Norris of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park, does not at the age of twelve seem destined for a career of infamy. However, treated with utter contempt by all except her mother, who is near death,
  • Midwinter Nightingale (The Wolves Chronicles, #10)

    2009·
    ·3.56·246 Ratings
    Dido and Simon are in danger in this new addition to the Wolves Chronicles. Dido, back in England from America, is almost instantly kidnapped and taken to a derelict mansion surrounded by a deadly moat. The evil baron residing there, who is also a werewol
  • The Whispering Mountain (The Wolves Chronicles, #0)

    2002·
    ·3.96·718 Ratings
    Winner of the Guardian Prize for FictionIn the small town of Pennygaff, where Owen has been sent to live after his mother’s death, a legendary golden harp has been found. Knowing of the prophesy of the Harp of Teirtu, Owen must prevent the magic harp fr
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