By Frank Portman
From Frank Portman, writer of the cult vintage King Dork that John eco-friendly says "will rock your world", comes a singular approximately Andromeda Klein, who has a couple of difficulties of her own.
Her hair is more or less horrible.
Her partner-in-occultism, Daisy, is dead.
Her mystery, estranged, a lot older and forbidden boyfriend-in-theory, has long gone AWOL.
And her mom has realized the right way to text.
in brief, issues could not get a lot worse. until eventually they do. Daisy appears to be like trying to make touch from past, books are beginning to disappear from the library, after which, unusually and all at once, Andromeda's tarot readings are commencing to expect occasions with bizarrely literal accuracy.
Omens are in all places. desires; swords; fires; hidden playing cards; misplaced, damaged, and useless cellphones . . . and what's Daisy attempting to inform her?
within the resulting fight of impartial as opposed to evil, it truly is Andromeda Klein opposed to the realm, glossy society, demonic forces, and the "friends" of the library.
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Marlyne was wearing a sweater. How could she stand it? Even in her light, cotton button-down men’s dress shirt from Savers, Andromeda felt like melting cheese. Marlyne never broke a sweat, somehow. The crisscross pattern of her sweater evoked, once again, the Two of Swords, yet another minor synch. Andromeda retrieved a couple of cartomancy volumes from the 133s and took them to a table in the deserted Children’s Annex, one of four trailerlike structures joined to the main building by covered paths they called breezeways.
Steve. While the mustaches of yesteryear were allegedly dashing, most contemporary ones just looked sleazy. St. Steve’s was somewhere in between. Andromeda had recoiled at first, but her feelings on the matter had evolved; St. Steve and A. E. Waite were linked by a mustache. Andromeda Klein glided through Clearview Park via the recently paved bike path. It had been raining off and on all day. Pools and puddles were everywhere, just like in Pixie’s drawings of Swords cards, displaying muddy reflections of the sky.
At any rate, now that Daisy and Den’s mother no longer had a predictable schedule, such visits were out of the question. There was no telling what would have happened if she’d caught Andromeda there. Andromeda had once dreamt that Mrs. Wasserstrom had stabbed her through her sleeping bag, and Daisy had claimed that her mother used to threaten her with knives when she was little. Since then, Den had managed to retrieve some books and clothes, the ankh ring, and a few other items for Andromeda.
Andromeda Klein by Frank Portman