review ´ Flora Segunda

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Flora SegundaBetter than to take shortcuts in her family home Crackpot Hall the house has eleven thousand rooms and ever since her mother banished the magickal butler those rooms move around at random But Flora is late for school so she takes the unpredictable elevator anyway  Huge mistake Lost i.

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review ´ Flora Segunda ↠ [Read] ➯ Flora Segunda Author Ysabeau S. Wilce – Flora knows better than to take shortcuts in her family home Crackpot Hall the house has eleven thousand rooms and ever since her mother banished the magickal butler those rooms move around at random Flora knows better than to take shortcuts in her family[Read] Flora Segunda Author Ysabeau S. Wilce Flora knows better than to take shortcuts in her family home Crackpot Hall the house has eleven thousand rooms and ever since her mother banished the magickal butler those rooms move around at random Flora knows.

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N her own house she stumbles upon the long banished butler and into a mind blowing muddle of intrigue and betrayal that changes her world forever     Full of wildly clever plot twists this extraordinary first novel establishes Ysabeau Wilce as a compelling new voice in teen fantasy.

review ´ Flora Segunda Ysabeau S Wilce was born in the City of Califa at the age of one While her parents were on a diplomatic mission to the Huitzil Empire she was cared for by an uncle what brought her up by hand She attended Sanctuary School as a scholarship girl and then spent three years at the University of Califa where she took a double degree in Apotropaic Philosophy and ConfabulationShe then became laundre.

10 Comments on "review ´ Flora Segunda"

  • Isa Lavinia

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora SegundaOriginally posted at Paperback WonderlandI've re read this book and the others in this series so many times my paperbacks are starting to look pitiful Honestly I don't understand how this book isn't topping all bestseller's lists is it lack of promotion I really don't know and it bothers me because the universe Ysabeau S Wilce created is so amazing so flawless so addictive Her characters are just perfect her plots look I'm a picky bitch and I cannot find a fault For the love of whatever you hold sacred go read these books It breaks my heart to see mediocrity topping charts while jewels like these are ignored

  • Julian

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora Segundafun and surprisingly harsh YA fantasy novel that takes place in a world unlike any other YA fantasy novel I've ever read plus the main character fucks up a lot and everything does not all work out all happy for her which is kind of refreshing for a change

  • Alethea A

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora SegundaIf you can get past some of the cutesy language like choco sandwies and other things that end in ie that eventually I got sick of encountering you'll find a fun adventure with a little well rather plump actually girl who's on her way to finding her place in the world Flora Segunda a replacement daughter as the first Flora in the family was lost in the War is getting ready for her Catorcena and not doing a great job of it what with having to do all the chores and look after crazy ol' Poppy while Mamma Juliet Buchanan Buck Fyrdraaca ov Fyrdraaca deals with state business being the General of the Warlord's armies and a very busy and important person

  • Mir

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora SegundaI'm not sure why I wasn't in love with this book the way everyone else seems to be The setting was pretty imaginative and I did want to find out what was going on with the backstory and current political events etc but somehow I couldn't get into it One problem may have been that it is written with a sort of preciousness that I have noted as increasingly common in tween fastasy which may be an attempt to emulate the tone of some Edwardian and Late Victorian children's literature; however this only works if you have a light touch with it otherwise it comes across as cutesy and fake

  • JM

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora SegundaThis is either YA or children's fantasy but I can't really make up my mind which Flora called Segunda because there was another Flora who was a good deal perfect but died lives in Crackpot Hall one of the four magickal Great Houses in the city She struggles to keep the decrepit house from falling apart to keep her messed up father from destroying the kitchen and to write the speech for her Cat

  • Kaethe Douglas

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora SegundaVery satisfying Can't wait to read the seuel2009 September 20I don't think the Possum loved this as much as I have but oh my how I love thisA steampunk world without rigid gender roles but with magick A book about a girl turning 14 who doesn't want to join the army like her perfect elder sister and who is sick of holding together the crumbling 11000 room family home

  • Abigail

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora SegundaFlora Nemain Fydraaca ov Fydraaca was the second Flora Flora Segunda born to her illustrious family one of the most powerful in the city of Califa The legacy of that other earlier Flora the one whose loss in the War had driven her father Poppy mad hung over the great Fydraaca household Crackpot Hall with its eleven thousand rooms all falling into disrepair in the absence of its magical Butler As Flora Segunda reluctantly prepares for her upcoming Catorcena or fourteenth birthday celebration after which she will be considered an adu

  • Melissa McShane

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora Segunda82719 Listening to this as an audiobook I was aware of how slowly it starts Some of that is that Wilce gives very few clues as to what the book is really about as I say below making things that turn out to be important seem initially kind of random But when it gets going it really moves I also had forgotten whi

  • sjams

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora SegundaI fell in love with the description it sounds like a magical world full of wonder where you always find something new with the thousand rooms But then the story really doesn't talk about that much More like the mundane life of the girl who lives there then how she takes on a problem There is not nearly enough magic in it for my taste especially in a world so situated in magic Does she never wonder how or why she can wield magic That's what would be the most interesting to meThe world is absolutely fascinating I suppose it takes place in an alternate reality California near San Francisco based on the Presidio I love things that

  • Kara Babcock

    review ´ Flora Segunda Flora SegundaWhat a seriously impressive and original young adult fantasy novel The name alone Flora Segunda of Crackpot Hall promises a whimsical adventure But it’s hard to describe just how uickly Ysabeau Wilce pulls the rug from beneath the reader removing any possibility of normality and dragging us into a fantastic world where anything can happen—but that doesn’t mean it willFlora’s world is one where magic is real and a part of daily life but it’s rather unfashionable She lives in a house—Crackpot Hall—made of magic Its rooms rearrange themselves and indeed seem to go on without end This alone is a cool enough concept around which to base an entire book so it surprised me that Wilce actually ignores this for the majority of the book and sends Flora off on adventures that take her all around the city and even a little beyond it But before we get to that let’s talk about Crackpot HallI love Doctor Who and one of my favourite t