Discussion in 'The DIS Unplugged Podcast' started by UConnFan, Dec 5, 2012.
Absolutely not! The more the merrier!
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So what do you all think of Diana being Spellbound? Why do you think her mother did it?
I have to admit, I was disappointed when I learned her mother saw a man in her future and decided that is when she would be safe, but apparently I foresaw it with out realizing. Diana is so indenedent and that's a characteristic I've valued in her. I love that she had to use magic on her own to get out of the ruins. I wish her magic would "unravel" because *she* was ready, not because some (slightly creepy) old guy came along.
I am coming around to the relationship, though. The author knew that the damsel-in-distress that was engrained in my girly brain would secretly love it.
Also, do you think there is a significance to the tea Marthe insists Diana drink?
Since I've already read the second book (more than once), I've been having a hard time responding without giving things away. I will say that the tea is very important. I love the relationship Diana develops with Matthew's mom as well.
It's funny, right after I posted this question I read something I think might answer my question, but I'm not sure yet (and it's a ahead of the reading schedule, so I'll hush hush for now)..
Ditto. It's pretty impressive how all the family and friends start to come together nicely by book 2.
Thanks! I will try to catch up
Is everybody done with this? I just started reading it and am enjoying it so far.
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