Diane Duane Writing Styles in Deep Wizardry

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Deep Wizardry by Diane Duane is the second book in a series created about young Wizards and their contribution to the continuing well being of mankind. Written entirely in the first-person perspective, the story is told through the eyes of a young wizard named Nita Callahan. Nita and her best friend and fellow wizard, Kit, are pitted against the Lone Power once more as they lend aid to the wizards of the deep in their efforts to once again bind him once again and stop him from wreaking the kind of havoc that rivals that which was responsible for the sinking of Atlantis. The story begins with Kit and Nita accompanying Nita's parents on vacation to the seashore. Nita's special gift is that she is able to talk to and understand animals of all kinds while Kit is able to communicate with inanimate objects. Believing they...

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