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Who’s pursuing Spindrift and the Orchid so rare? by Emma Trevayne (book review)
Objects of immense power,flung to the corners of the world –together, they are too strong. And yet… “…the history of Lux, the city spread out around her, was fascinating to Spindrift since it wasn’t her history. She had come here when she was young, after the accident. The sea was her home; she only lived here,” above Grandfather’s shop of curiosities and treasures (p.6). When he allows her to read mother’s letters, of course the teen will start looking for the final treasure that her parents were voyaging to claim when their ship sank and someone placed baby Spindrift and a glass orb in a small boat that drifted to …