1 edition of Troubling a star found in the catalog.
As she tries to stay alive after being left on an iceberg in the Antarctic, sixteen-year-old Vicky recalls the series of events that brought her to the bottom of the world and involved her in a dangerous mystery.
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'Troubling a Star' got off to a slow start, but a few However, even a second-rate L’Engle story is a treat. This one is rather an odd bird—part a story of an angsty teenager trying to find her place in life; part political thriller; part Antarctic travelogue with /5.
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Length: pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced /5(48). Book Wizard; Troubling a Star. By Madeleine L'Engle. Grades. Genre. Fiction After a year in New York City and a summer with her grandfather, Vicky Austin returns to the rural Connecticut village she grew up in — and feels totally out of place.
Then she meets Adam Eddington's Great-aunt Serena, who reminds her of her beloved.