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Oken One day a girl named Lucy follows a little dog through a tunnel into the valley and meets the mysterious red haired Michael who takes her into the shadow world to meet Prince Mika and his. This is the first fantasy that I remember reading I was probably 10 or so I always remembered it fondly and saved my copy for many years for my someday children Well I read it to my boys and they loved it too It may not have been uite as magical as it was all those years ago but it stood up well to an adult read especially as I was reading it out loud to my sons

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Shadow Castle

Mortal wife Gloria their children and their children's children and learn the magic that will lift the spell This new expanded Author's Edition contains additional chapters never published befo. Long ago and far away in a summer idyll a girl lay in tall grass in the shade of a chestnut tree and read this book lost in another world transported there by a magician named Marian who had cast a silver spell on the child The child returned to her own world as evening fell but she always carried the memories of the magical realm with her like a secret locket that lay against her heartIT S ME THAT GIRL WAS ME In case you missed it

Marian Cockrell Ù 5 review

In the middle of a deep forest is an enchanted valley and a castle where only shadows live shadows of kings and ueens who have waited for hundreds of years for the spell cast upon them to be br. One of those books when encountered young that will haunt you for years if only trying to dredge up the title in your head or answer those conversations that begin did you ever hear about a book where Cockrell wrote a fairly simple and often slightly twee twisting of classic fairytales into a novel for children but there s a spark too of a deeper story If you encounter Mika Gloria and the reason behind the shadows before age 10 you ll find yourself haunted too


10 thoughts on “Shadow Castle

  1. says:

    One of those books when encountered young that will haunt you for years if only trying to dredge up the title i

  2. says:

    Before I read this book again I was prepared to give it 5 stars for being a childhood favorite Then I read it and my jaded adult self couldn't leave it at that I deducted one star for the names Flumpdoria Flame and Glauz You might think that

  3. says:

    There are those books we read as a child and never forget I couldn't tell you how many times I would run across this book as a kid stop whatever I was doing and sit right there for HOURS and re read it This seemed to happen at least once a year I'm always astounded that no one seems to have heard of this book I only recently discovered someone I know on Twitter has read it and love it as much as I do It's one of those

  4. says:

    A long overdue review is wonderful that this book is back in print My copy growing up was a hardcover printed during WWII it had been my mother's on paper nearly as thin as tissue paper with a plain dark green cover

  5. says:

    This is the first fantasy that I remember reading I was probably 10 or so I always remembered it fondly and saved my copy for many yea

  6. says:

    I escaped into this book so many times as a child It is pure and simple a wonderful fairy tale If you or a child you know loves fairies magic dragons secret enchantments and make sure to add it to your bookshelf

  7. says:

    This was a fondly remembered childhood favorite While it doesn't really stand the test of time for me as an adult

  8. says:

    I adored this book when I was growing up I remember finishing it and instantly re reading it over and over again After years of trying to recall a title and fruitless searches online I finally found it again Would I give it five sta

  9. says:

    Long ago and far away in a summer idyll a girl lay in tall grass in the shade of a chestnut tree and read this book lost in another world transported there by a magician named Marian who had cast a silver spell on the child The child returned to her own world as evening fell but she always carried the memories of the magical realm with her like a secret locket that lay against her heartIT'S ME THAT GIRL WAS ME In case yo

  10. says:

    1953 was about the year that I first read this book 52 years ago and have been looking for it ever since I thought it was absolutely magical to read this in 3rd grade It was pre tv and Harry Potter and goblins and such books were not that plentiful then Still think it is a good little book and hope my grandchildren will like it