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Listening at the gate
Betsy James
Teen Fiction JAMES

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Listening at the Gate by Betsy James brings to a close the trilogy begun with Long Night Dance (about which PW wrote, "The author has constructed a fantasy world as rich and complex as Lloyd Alexander's Prydain"). Here 17-year-old Kat returns to her seaside home, where she first met Nall, one of the Rigi or seal people. But when tensions rise between the Rigi and the Leaguemen, and her brother is taken prisoner, Kat impetuously decides to go with Nall as he returns to his people. (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

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main characters Kat
Age: 17
Returns to her childhood home to be reunited with Nall.

Member of the seal people from legend; returns to his native clan with Kat.

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