Theological Richness

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Amanda Craig admires the 'theological richness' of John Dickinson's new book The Widow and the King, sequel to The Cup of the World:

Dickinson?s fusion of Viking and Christian myth becomes particularly powerful when Ambrose and his raggedy band of knights cross into the spirit world in order to defeat Paigan, and the lessons he learns concerning power and responsibility are grimly adult ones. Teenagers should love it.

She also reviews The Witch Of Clatteringshaws by Joan Aiken

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