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The Warlock Themes

Michael Scott (Irish author)
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Things Are Not Always as They Seem

An important theme in this book is that things are not always as they seem. Many characters and situations throughout this book are not as they first appear. For example, a woman Sophie has known her whole life as Aunt Agnes turns out to be an immortal, thousands of years old, named Tsagaglalal. In a moment this woman went from being an elderly, overly-protective family friend to the woman who has been watching out for the females in Sophie's family for thousands of years. Dee comes across as very intelligent, but through comments made by others and the results of his actions, he is not as intelligent as he thinks he is. He makes brilliant plans that never seem to go right. In this book his plan to let the Lotan loose on the city of San Francisco makes it only to...

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