By Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Gypsum LaZelle is a misfit in a relations of spellcasters-she possesses no magical skill whatever. until eventually the day while she turns into gravely ailing, and discovers that her Transition has happened ultimately, bestowing upon her a wierd and scary strength.
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He had this girl he was seeing, Trina, the latest in a string of girls he'd been seeing; he did lots of things with her, and left the family out of his plans these days. Mama said having a girlfriend was a natural step in his development, and we should quit bothering him about it. Sometimes I was really conscious of how odd my family was. Most people our age moved out of the house, went away to college, got their own apartments. A. But Jasper still lived at home, and so did I, even though we were old enough to leave.
I wondered what he had planned to do with it. He set it on the table in front of me, and glanced at me, eyebrows up. I didn't feel like I was going to cry or throw up. I felt like I'd had something to eat, and I was tired. I felt ordinary. Normal. I frowned at my black gloves. No, I had proof that I had changed. To give a spell power, rhyme helped, and so did rhythm and cadence, Tobias had taught us. Something about how sounds worked together generated energy. Spell crafting had never been my strongest suit, though I loved to read.
He sounded ragged too. "I don't know what that was, Gyp. " Freezing marbles rolled around in my stomach. " He shook his head. " I drove straight home, with Jasper following on his motorcycle. It was strange to go home, the house looked so everyday. So many places on the route were shining with lights, and the businesses along the Old Coast Highway had holiday scenes painted on their windows. Usually by the week before Christmas, Mama had assigned us our holiday chores, and everybody had worked to decorate the house.
A Fistful of Sky (A LaZelle Family Novel) by Nina Kiriki Hoffman