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Indigo Springs

by A. M. Dellamonica

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Published by Tor in New York .
Written in


Edition Notes

StatementA.M. Dellamonica
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9199.4.D448 I52 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination317 p. ;
Number of Pages317
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24574209M
ISBN 100765319470
ISBN 109780765319470
LC Control Number2009031595
OCLC/WorldCa317928986


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Indigo Springs by A. M. Dellamonica Download PDF EPUB FB2

Indigo Springs by A. Dellamonica This is a tale of a small town populated by small town people who stumble upon magic and the consequences there of.

I grew up in a small town so there was some familiarity with Indigo Springs. The characters were equally familiar. My biggest problem with the book was that none of the characters were endearing/5. “INDIGO SPRINGS is a complex and ambitious first novel with vivid characters and an absorbing plot.

A.M. Dellamonica is a talent to watch!” ―Susan Palwick, author of SHELTER “There is magic in the small town of Indigo Springs, magic lurking in the mysterious blue /5(34). Indigo Springs is a wonder of a read, and I loved how the author wove contemporary and traditional fantasy elements together to create what was, for me, an entirely original experience full of magic, family secrets, and a small town caught in the grip of a magical infestation with the power to destroy humanity/5(34).

“INDIGO SPRINGS is a complex and ambitious first novel with vivid characters and an absorbing plot. A.M. Dellamonica is a talent to watch!” —Susan Palwick, author of SHELTER “There is magic in the small town of Indigo Springs, magic lurking in the mysterious blue waters pooling under Astrid Lethewood's family home/5(10).

iBooks Indigo Springs is a sleepy town where things seem pretty normal until Astrid's father dies and she moves into his house. She discovers that for many years her father had been accessing the magic that flowed, literally, in a blue stream beneath the earth, leaking into his house.

Indigo Springs is one of the most unique and riveting urban fantasy books I've ever read. It's not told from start to finish, the past is mixed up with the present, and the main character, Astrid, is having a hard time keeping them straight/5(5).

Paperback Original. Indigo Springs is a sleepy town where things seem pretty normal until Astrid's father dies and she moves into his house. She discovers that for many years her father had been accessing the magic that flowed, literally, in a blue stream beneath the earth, leaking into his house.

Valued for its traditional charm and convenient location, Indigo Spring’s tastefully appointed homes and quality amenities create a comfortable lifestyle in Mesa, AZ. Located just off the US60/Superstition Freeway, this pet-friendly community places residents near great shopping, recreation and everything the greater Phoenix area has to offer.