By Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Gypsum LaZelle is a misfit in a family members of spellcasters-she possesses no magical skill whatever. till the day whilst she turns into gravely ailing, and discovers that her Transition has happened ultimately, bestowing upon her an odd and scary strength.
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I struggled to catch my breath. My heart staggered and hit me hard. I managed to say, "It's all right. " My words were half breath, half sound. " Beryl said. "Okay. " "Gyp? " I hung up the phone. My hands shook as I put it back on the desk. Then I swayed to my feet and stumbled to the door. " Jasper pounded on the door. I unlocked it and let him in. " He looked exasperated. " "No. No. It's all right. " I pulled him into the building and hugged him. He stood stiff in my embrace. "Thanks for coming," I whispered before I let him go.
We had basic family spells to guard against illness that covered everybody in the household. Every once in a while something slipped through, though. A. to see Opal, who was working on the makeup for a big-budget monster movie and thought she could get everybody in to meet the star, Gerard Shelley. My family usually didn't get starstruck—we had a history of film work dating back to the teens, when the Ace of Hearts Studio shot westerns in the hills above Santa Tekla, and our grandparents were on the crew.
Tobias smiled. " Tobias went to his tool cupboard and got out a rock. I never knew what he had in there. This rock looked ordinary, something local, bread-brown sandstone. 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.
A Fistful of Sky (A LaZelle Family Novel) by Nina Kiriki Hoffman