Literature: Eccentric Circles
Eccentric Circles is a novel by Rebecca Lickiss, in which Piper inherits a house opening to a Magical Land, called Fairy.
- The Butler Did It: Brought up in a discussion of murder
- Commonality Connection: Africa and Sherlock have unfitting names.
- Dream Weaver: Figwort can trap Piper
- Genre Savvy: Discussing the possible killers.
- Honorary Uncle: "Grandmother Dickerson" even to Aelverim
- Mage Tower: Larkingtower's
- Magical Land
- Meaningful Name: anti-meaningful for Africa and Sherlock
- Meet Cute: Africa and Sherlock's Back Story
- Our Dwarves Are All the Same: Malraux in the mines.
- Our Elves Are Better: They are not fairies.
- Our Fairies Are Different: Little winged humanoids.
- Pinch Me: It's not a dream.
- Portal Door: You just open the door.
- Ret Gone: whatever falls into the rifts
- Rewriting Reality: Fantasy writers — all of them — to Fairy.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: After rewriting reality, or the rift's ret gone, some people remember.
- Rule of Three: Malraux cheerfully explains the three of them.
- Unexpected Inheritance: Piper was in fact set up to meet the condition