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  • Dido, a child Odysseus, is one of the great fictional heroines

    The Times
  • "Quirky" is a word which could have been invented to describe the books in this series . . . What they are, first and foremost, is fun

  • To the last, energy and invention show no sign of flapping

  • Brilliant in its own right, The Witch of Clatteringshaws is also a wholly satisfying ending to Joan Aiken's long-running and original saga of Dido Twite and her friend Simon Battersea


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