In Ysabeau S. Wilce's exciting debut novel, Flora's mom is away, leaving Flora and her father home alone at Crackpot Hall with its 11,000 constantly shifting rooms. Late for school one day, Flora decides to take the elevator down to the first floor. But without her mother around, the elevator has ideas of its own and drops Flora in an unfamiliar room. Lost in her own house, Flora embarks on a harrowing quest to find her way back to where she started.
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"The world of fantasy in which this book takes place presents many challenges to Flora as she reaches the age of 14 and prepares for the celebration of her coming-of-age. With a mother who is an army general, a father who is unable to cope with day-to-day living, and a household that is ever changing, Flora's life is never dull. Danielle Ferland gets inside this young heroine with storytelling skills that include an inventive range of characters and accents. She gives Flora a level of energy and a positive attitude that make her extraordinary adventures and the complicated plot easier to follow. J.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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