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‘Any individual to be perceived should be visualized clearly, if possible physically, but definitely in spirit,’ it said. ‘Therefore a certain amount of essential information concerning this individual is necessary. 400 more words

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On Saturday morning she couldn’t think of anything in the world she wanted to do on her own. She’d been spared getting physically sick from gorging on cakes, but she felt kind of heartsick from gorging on Magic. 334 more words

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Juno didn’t leave her room until she’d read the whole book. When her mom came to look for her she hadn’t got as far as how to put a charm on someone yet, but… 338 more words

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What you’ve witnessed here, reader, is a typical example of the casual witchism that is still so rampant in the Council even today. You try hexing ‘a bit of a manual’! 306 more words

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Juno’d stopped listening properly ’round about the moment Rolf had said the words ‘proper Magic’. She slowly approached the door. ‘Why haven’t I been able to do proper Magic before?’ she demanded to know as she treaded on the step and a gust hit her hard. 258 more words

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The lights came back on the second she stepped back into the parlour. At once she sensed that something had changed, something was in the air, and it wasn’t only the sudden draughty cold. 426 more words

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‘So,’ said Juno casually to Doris on their way home from school on December 5, 1960, ‘your dad doing that Saint Niklaas thing again this year?’ 280 more words

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