Dingo by Charles De Lint

Summary: Seventeen-year-old Miguel Schreiber and a long-term enemy are drawn into a strange dream world when they fall in love with shapeshifting sisters from Australia–twins hiding from a cursed ancestor who can only be freed with the girls’ cooperation. 213 p., Firebird.

Find it at WCPL

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2 Comments

  1. I love this book! It started a whole series of jokes in the book club. It’s complicated yet a really good and quick read. It’s just a fun read unfortunately, and will not win the prize. I would still recommend this to my friends just so I could explain the joke about Dingo books.

  2. This book was quite amusing. Though the plot is quite impossible to explain without confusing people. This is a fun book and a good quick read, but not an award winner as the story was a bit underdeveloped.

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