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Dark Passage (Dark Mirror Series #2)

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  • Posted February 20, 2012

    Loving this series

    I stumbled upon this series and immediately fell in love. I love the WWII era in history and love reading historical fiction. This book is all that with a. Little romance and lore woven in. I am so very excited for the next book in the series!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2013

    Dark passage

    This book is magical that i can feel the lovve too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2012

    Jumps in even deeper

    Ahhh it just gets better! The characters are developed even more, we get to know some & love them even more & learn to love others. My heart was torn at certain points & lifted up at others. Of course, amazing adventure is part of the irregulars story...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2012

    Fantastic read

    Great young adult book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2011

    I recumbent you read this and the first

    I thought the first book was good. This one is even better. It is full of surprises. Great for anyone to read.

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  • Posted September 6, 2011

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    The second Dark Mirror young adult historical fantasy is a terrific tale

    After helping with the Miracle of Dunkirk, the Irregulars (Lady Victoria "Tory" Mansfield the mirror master, her boyfriend Lord Justin Allard the mage, Elspeth the healer and the two weather mages Lady Cynthia Stanton and Jack Rainsford) leave 1940 through the Dark Mirror. They return to their time and place 1803 Lackland Abbey; a school established to cleanse magic from the students exiled here by their respective embarrassed families.

    Tory's dad refuses for her to come home to attend her sister's wedding. However, her sis moves the location so Tory can attend. When she meets Justin's mom, Tory realizes he cannot marry her because he would lose his family estate due to her being a magic practitioner. They return to school worried that Jack's relative in 1940 Nick Rainsford has not exchanged messages through the mirror recently. Nick arrives through the Dark Mirror to explain the Nazi air assault buried the tunnel and he had a vision of rescuing Jewish scientist Dr. Weiss held captive by the Nazis in Northern France. Dr. Weiss is working on a cure for infection. The males are eager to go while the females refuse. However, the Dark Mirror controls the fate of the Irregulars.

    The second Dark Mirror young adult historical fantasy is a terrific tale that digs deep into the impact on the key ensemble Irregulars by a society in which the upper class disdains magic while the peasants embrace it. Much of the story line remains passive with a focus on the effect of de facto prejudice on the Irregulars in 1803 England. The action ignites late when the team makes a daring rescue attempt in 1940 Nazi occupied Northern France.

    Harriet Klausner

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