Juniper Themes

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Magic

Magic plays an important role in "Juniper" as a large portion of the novel focuses on Juniper's training as a doran, a witch of sorts capable of wielding magic. The first example of magic appears early in the book as Juniper recalls her earliest memory. Juniper's earliest memory is of toddling along a grassy enclosure at the center of a palace and picking up a twig, screaming when it wiggles. Her father is pleased when she repeats this as it directs them to another supply of water. When she is a little older, Juniper and Gamal share a secret; Gamal is often injured after his labors as an apprentice soldiers, and Juniper tends his wounds, but they notice that his injuries often heal when she looks at or touches them. Juniper begs Gamal not to tell anyone. Gamal wonders if there is anything Juniper cannot heal, and they...

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