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  • Thank you for the rain

    Excellent cheerful read. Exactly what Ive come to expect from T Kingfisher who writes the stories I hope I would have liked as a kid but that I absolutely like as a somewhat cynical adult often baffled by people.

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  • Minor mage, major author.

    as always, kingfisher wows with her sensible protagonists who really, really don't want to have adventures and her commonsense approach to small magic broadly applied. I'd be interested in seeing more of this little world, but I know that's not the point.

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  • Rain and armadillos

    I’m not sure if this is a kid’s book. But it’s nice and kind and not overly alarming.

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  • A thoroughly enjoyable book.

    Really enjoyed this book. Far more to it than just a journey in search of rain. A young mage is sent off to find the rain needed to stop the drought in his village. A journey which is really well written shows the mental development of the boy as he meets various misadventures.

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  • Minor Mage

    There is some consternation about the age group that this book belongs in. I would like to suggest that it has something for all ages. I am 69 yo. and besides enjoying the fantasy, there is so much real life emotion of uncertainty, self doubt, fears , anxiety, courage, determination, indecision and choice that it speaks to any stage of development. Which is why, I think, different people identify it completely with a personal particular age group. Of course this is my own opinion not necessarily the end of the conversation. Btw , 12yos do experience real life fears of the type this story reflects. I think it would be very appropriate and healing.

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