The House on Durrow Street

The House on Durrow Street

Book - 2010
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Her courage saved the country of Altania and earned the love of a hero of the realm. Now sensible Ivy Quent wants only to turn her father's sprawling, mysterious house into a proper home. But soon she is swept into fashionable society's highest circles of power--a world that is vital to her family's future but replete with perilous temptations. Yet far greater danger lies beyond the city's glittering ballrooms--and Ivy must race to unlock the secrets that lie within the old house on Durrow Street before outlaw magicians and an ancient ravening force plunge Altania into darkness forever.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books/Spectra, c2010.
ISBN: 9781616649821
1616649828
9780553807592
0553807595
Branch Call Number: [SCI-FI] FIC/BECKETT
Characteristics: 685 p. ; 21 cm.

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SterlingAngel
Nov 02, 2013

I thought this book was better then "The Magicians and Mrs. Quent" (the first book in the set.) Some of the characters are fleshed out more and they really have to grow and adapt to changes in their lives. There were some very interesting developments that kept me reading past when I normally go to bed. If you liked the first book, you have to read this one!

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SilverIlix
Aug 22, 2011

A great second book. This follows the Magicians and Mrs. Quent.
Still the same great characters, still a good pace and a intresting, interconnected story.

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olgalivshin
Mar 04, 2011

Borrowed Nov, 17, 2010

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