By Marissa Burt
From Marissa Burt, writer of Storybound, comes a richly imagined center grade delusion filled with magic, intrigue, and imaginitive twists. A Sliver of Stardust is the precise subsequent experience for lovers of A Wrinkle in Time and The Emerald Atlas.
Wren Matthews concept she'd outgrown nursery rhymes many years in the past. yet that was once ahead of she knew that songs of twinkling little stars and four-and-twenty blackbirds have been the main to an old, hidden magic.
Wren's discovery catapults her right into a international of buried secrets and techniques, unusual desires, and a mountain fort less than an aurora-filled sky. yet simply as she starts off to grasp her particular talents, her new international starts to disintegrate round her . . . and basically she will be able to put it aside.
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Now the performer remarks:— "TWO! that's right—one here (as he secretly back-palms one of the right hand cards and drops the other to the stage) . . ". In time with the conclusion of the sentence he produces the card in his left hand. Next he back-palms the card in his left hand and produces the one in his right, then makes the card vanish from one hand and appear in the other two or three times. When one card is back-palmed in the left hand and the other visible in his right hand, he makes a throwing motion with his right hand towards the left as his body inclines to the left.
Holding the left thumb and third finger firmly in position, push the new right hand packet forward with the right third finger and thumb, until the right thumb (held as near the corner as possible) clears the inner corner of the new left hand packet, (Figure 4), then continuing the forward move ment until the right hand packet clears the left hand packet and is placed on the table. Bring back the right hand, pick up the left hand packet and place it on top of the right hand packet to complete the manoeuvre.
Grasp both ends of the pack, one in each hand, the second and third finger tips at the outer corners, thumbs at the inner corners, and forefingers curled on top. Actually the left hand grip is on the bottom half of the cards and the right hand grip on the top half. By moving the hands sideways apart, cut the pack into two halves (as near equal as possible), and allow both halves to rest on the table, butting togethei as they are placed down. Shift the position of both hands to bring the second, third and little fingers to the centre of the sides of each packet, the pads of the thumbs at the two adjacent inner corners and the forefingers curled on top of the packets.
A Sliver of Stardust (A Sliver of Stardust, Book 1) by Marissa Burt