Emily Windsnap and the Castle in the Mist by Liz Kessler

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When Emily Windsnap discovers an old diamond ring during a class hunt for trinkets, how is she supposed to know that the ring is half the key to unlocking an ancient curse by Neptune himself? Now, with the ring stuck firmly on her hand, Emily finds herself under a new curse: in just a few days, she’ll cease to be half-human and half-mermaid and must say good-bye to one of her parents forever. Can she possibly find the other missing ring that will break all the curses? Is there anyone who can help her — before it’s too late?
 

About Liz Kessler

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Liz Kessler is the author of the New York Times best-selling series about Emily Windsnap, as well as three adventures about Philippa Fisher and her fairy godsister. She is also the author of the middle-grade novel A Year Without Autumn. Liz Kessler lives in England.
 
Published May 6, 2010 by Candlewick Press. 209 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Sports & Outdoors. Fiction

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Back for a third adventure, Emily Windsnap, half-human/half-mermaid, has settled into life with both parents on and around Allpoints Island, where she's found a new best friend, Shona, a mermaid "all girly and sparkly, with shiny long blond hair."

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The Bookbag

but ultimately Emily Windsnap and The Castle in the Mist fails to impress because of the way it's written: a bit too anodyne to truly move, a bit mercenary in the way it uses the Harry Potter template, and a bit ham-fisted in the way it all fits together, rarely achieving a sparkle needed for a n...

Dec 06 2014 | Read Full Review of Emily Windsnap and the Castle...

The Bookbag

but ultimately Emily Windsnap and The Castle in the Mist fails to impress because of the way it's written: a bit too anodyne to truly move, a bit mercenary in the way it uses the Harry Potter template, and a bit ham-fisted in the way it all fits together, rarely achieving a sparkle needed for a n...

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What would you do if you finally decided to conquer your fear of water, dove into a pool for the first time, only to find that your legs had turned into a tail?

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