History Literature / EnchantedGlass

26th Jul '16 9:13:40 AM Bosco13
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* HalfHumanHybrid: Aidan appears to be this.



* HalfHumanHybrid: Aidan appears to be this. [[spoiler: It turns out at the end that he isn't so the fairies no longer want him.]]



* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: They can change at any time.

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* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: OurGiantsAreBigger: A type of fairy that can change size at will.
* OurWerebeastsAreDifferent:
They are a type of fairy that can change at any time.
26th Jul '16 9:10:50 AM Bosco13
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* FantasticNatureResrve: The "field of care" is a magical area that keeps TheFairFolk hidden from the rest of the world.

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* FantasticNatureResrve: FantasticNatureReserve: The "field of care" is a magical area that keeps TheFairFolk hidden from the rest of the world.
26th Jul '16 9:09:56 AM Bosco13
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* ColdIron: Fairies are called "those who don't use iron."


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* FantasticNatureResrve: The "field of care" is a magical area that keeps TheFairFolk hidden from the rest of the world.


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* TheMasquerade: Weirdly, the general public seems to know that magic exists but not fairies.
16th Sep '15 10:00:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* MustBeInvited: The Fair Folk (the book calls them "those who don't use iron") have to abide by this rule. One memorable example was when Andrew hears Stashe asking to be let into his office, and tells her to come in. She enters and says something along the lines of "Thank you. We need to be invited in, you know." It wasn't Stashe. Cue massive Oh Crap.



* VampireInvitation: The Fair Folk (the book calls them "those who don't use iron") have to abide by this rule. One memorable example was when Andrew hears Stashe asking to be let into his office, and tells her to come in. She enters and says something along the lines of "Thank you. We need to be invited in, you know." It wasn't Stashe. Cue massive Oh Crap.
13th Jul '15 5:32:02 PM GammaCavy
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* HalfHumanHybrid: Aidan appears to be this.
23rd Aug '13 1:17:38 PM ChalybeousCaterpillar
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10th Jan '13 6:54:42 PM Xtifr
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A novel by British author Creator/DianaWynneJones. Professor Andrew Hope has inherited his grandfather's estate, along with his field-of-care. Thing is, he can't seem to remember all the advice his grandfather used to give him about how he was supposed to do that. Not only that, but he has to put up with Mrs. Stock, the housekeeper, who cooks hardly delightful dinners every time he does anything in the house such as arranging furniture. To make things even more complicated, 12 year old orphan Aidan Cain shows up on his doorstep, and he's being hunted.

The novel was published in April 2010 and it was intended for an audience of 9-12 years of age.
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!!This work provides examples of:

* AbsentMindedProfessor: Well, some see Andrew as this, since he spends most of his time staring at a computer.
* AStormIsComing
* AtTheOperaTonight: At the local festival, rather.
* BarrierMaiden: Andrew is a rare SpearCounterpart
* EvilCounterpart: Nearly everyone has a fairy counterpart, though not all of them are evil. Tarquin and Puck, and Stashe and Titania are examples of good/evil counterparts; good/good examples are Shaun and Groil, and [[spoiler: Andrew and Aidan]].
* TheFairFolk
* {{Foreshadowing}}: The names of the horses that rank in the daily races are Stashe's way of telling foreshadowing. Andrew thinks it works after meeting Rolf and WPC92, since the horses that ranked on that day were "Dogdays" and "Heavy Queen."
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Andrew accidentally did it to himself; a combination of his mother telling him not to listen to his grandfather and his own scholarly pursuits led to him blocking out everything he learned about magic until something actively reminds him again. Also [[spoiler: what happens to the rest of the townsfolk after the storm passes]].
* LethalChef: Mrs. Stock usually cooks cauliflower cheese every time she is disgusted with Andrew. Though, Aidan does not seem to mind eating this.
* [[LetsGetDangerous Let's Get Dangerous]]: Andrew is generally mild-mannered unless you push him too far. [[BerserkButton Or threaten his field-of-care.]] In which case him may literally ''blow you off his land.''
* NotUsingTheZWord: TheFairFolk are only referred to as "those who don't use iron."
* OffingTheOffspring: [[spoiler: What Oberon is trying to do to Aidan.]]
* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: They can change at any time.
* ThisMeansWar: Andrew is [[BerserkButton really protective]] of his field-of-care.
* VampireInvitation: The Fair Folk (the book calls them "those who don't use iron") have to abide by this rule. One memorable example was when Andrew hears Stashe asking to be let into his office, and tells her to come in. She enters and says something along the lines of "Thank you. We need to be invited in, you know." It wasn't Stashe. Cue massive Oh Crap.
* YourMindMakesItReal: Tarquin's replacement leg
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