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27th Sep '15 4:15:41 AM Morgenthaler
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** "Pipe down, TrixieBelden."

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** "Pipe down, TrixieBelden.Literature/TrixieBelden."
20th Aug '15 3:35:54 PM StFan
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* ExtrovertedNerd: Rose's guy friends at college, but Alex the most by far.

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* ExtrovertedNerd: ExtravertedNerd: Rose's guy friends at college, but Alex the most by far.
29th Apr '15 11:19:27 PM Elisabel
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**Brother Charley to Brother Leon in the second book, and nearly all the friars to Blanche.



* Rose herself definitely counts.

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* ** Rose herself definitely counts.counts.
* FunPersonified: Both Br. Leon (from ''Black as Night'') and Alex O'Donnell count.
1st Apr '15 5:04:43 PM snowviolet
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1st Apr '15 5:02:02 PM snowviolet
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* BattleCouple: Alex and Kateri.



* ChristianityIsCatholic: Given that the author is a devout Catholic, Protestant characters don't exist.



* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Bear and Blanche.



*** Hermes is the god of thieves and gambling. Hermes 'stole' Raphaela's innocence and loves risks.

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*** ** Hermes is the god of thieves and gambling. Hermes 'stole' Raphaela's innocence and loves risks.
1st Apr '15 4:58:08 PM snowviolet
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* Rose herself definitely counts.


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** So does [[spoiler: Raphaela. Turns out she has 13 biological siblings in Mexico!]]


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*** Hermes is the god of thieves and gambling. Hermes 'stole' Raphaela's innocence and loves risks.
1st Apr '15 4:55:51 PM snowviolet
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* GirlyGirl: Blanche and Rose, in different ways.


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* TookALevelInBadass: Fish, Alex, Kateri, Raphaela, Hermes, and Rose to an extent in her own book.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Political activist Kateri is the Tomboy to the Girly Girls Blanche and Rose, who like dresses, sewing, and romance. Also Raphaela's mother and Raph herself.
21st Mar '15 4:15:09 PM snowviolet
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** Raphaela from 'Rapunzel Let Down' as well, much to her mother's disapproval.
19th Feb '15 4:21:20 AM Elisabel
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** The author states she intended the books to alternate between this and LighterAndSofter, but didn't completely succeed. ''Black as Night'' - darker and edgier. ''Waking Rose'' - even ''more'' dark. ''The Midnight Dancers'' - serious, but more gentle and philosophical in tone. ''Alex O'Donnell and the Forty Cyber Thieves'' - even the ''title'' is lighter and softer; there's a lot more humor, and the action scenes get decidedly [[Camp cartoony]]. ''Rapunzel Let Down'' - isn't even put in the YA section with the others; it was published as adult fiction.

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** The author states she intended the books to alternate between this and LighterAndSofter, but didn't completely succeed. ''Black as Night'' - darker and edgier. ''Waking Rose'' - even ''more'' dark. ''The Midnight Dancers'' - serious, but more gentle and philosophical in tone. ''Alex O'Donnell and the Forty Cyber Thieves'' - even the ''title'' is lighter and softer; there's a lot more humor, and the action scenes get decidedly [[Camp [[{{Camp}} cartoony]]. ''Rapunzel Let Down'' - isn't even put in the YA section with the others; it was published as adult fiction.
19th Feb '15 4:20:49 AM Elisabel
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** The author states she intended the books to alternate between this and LighterAndSofter, but didn't completely succeed. ''Black as Night'' - darker and edgier. ''Waking Rose'' - even ''more'' dark. ''The Midnight Dancers'' - serious, but more gentle and philosophical in tone. ''Alex O'Donnell and the Forty Cyber Thieves'' - even the ''title'' is lighter and softer; there's a lot more humor, and the action scenes get decidedly cartoony. ''Rapunzel Let Down'' - isn't even put in the YA section with the others; it was published as adult fiction.

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** The author states she intended the books to alternate between this and LighterAndSofter, but didn't completely succeed. ''Black as Night'' - darker and edgier. ''Waking Rose'' - even ''more'' dark. ''The Midnight Dancers'' - serious, but more gentle and philosophical in tone. ''Alex O'Donnell and the Forty Cyber Thieves'' - even the ''title'' is lighter and softer; there's a lot more humor, and the action scenes get decidedly cartoony.[[Camp cartoony]]. ''Rapunzel Let Down'' - isn't even put in the YA section with the others; it was published as adult fiction.



** Bear is named for being brawny and protective of his younger brother, Fish, who is named for managing to slip out of bad situations. However, there proper names are Arthur and Benedict (Fish's other nickname is Ben).

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** Bear is named for being brawny and protective of his younger brother, Fish, who is named for managing to slip out of bad situations. However, there their proper names are Arthur and Benedict (Fish's other nickname is Ben).
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