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Mug Maginn By Philip Challinor
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Mug Maginn has short black hair and a long white dress, and lives with her Aunt Weevil. Their house has no chimney and no dungeons, but it does have a cupboard under the stairs and a garden full of... More > carnivorous plants. Sometimes strangers come to the door: clowns and healers, and plumbers of dubious provenance. Sometimes Mug goes out and finds things: old spoons, ruined churches, and galaxies made of gum. Sometimes dreams and stories threaten her, and occasionally the sky falls to bits.< Less
Mug Maginn By Philip Challinor
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Mug Maginn has short black hair and a long white dress, and lives with her Aunt Weevil. Their house has no chimney and no dungeons, but it does have a cupboard under the stairs and a garden full of... More > carnivorous plants. Sometimes strangers come to the door: clowns and healers, and plumbers of dubious provenance. Sometimes Mug goes out and finds things: old spoons, ruined churches, and galaxies made of gum. Sometimes dreams and stories threaten her, and occasionally the sky falls to bits.< Less
A Place Calling Itself Jerusalem By Philip Challinor
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In a remote and troublesome province, the imperial governor awakens from uneasy dreams. Trying to keep order in a fractious and fanatical city, he finds his attention constantly diverted to the case... More > of a mysterious preacher. What crime, if any, has the man committed? Why does the more powerful of the city's religious factions want him put to death? And has all this somehow happened before?< Less
A Place Calling Itself Jerusalem By Philip Challinor
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In a remote and troublesome province, the imperial governor awakens from uneasy dreams. Trying to keep order in a fractious and fanatical city, he finds his attention constantly diverted to the case... More > of a mysterious preacher. What crime, if any, has the man committed? Why does the more powerful of the city's religious factions want him put to death? And has all this somehow happened before?< Less