By Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Gypsum LaZelle is a misfit in a kin of spellcasters-she possesses no magical skill whatever. till the day while she turns into gravely in poor health, and discovers that her Transition has happened finally, bestowing upon her an odd and scary energy.
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Wouldn't Jasper give me a hard time for panicking? I hated having to ask somebody to rescue me. What would the stranger do if he saw me? Break in through a window? Come after me? When you really thought about it, you had to wonder why people didn't break more windows. What was a little pane of glass in the face of determination to get into or out of a building? There was some kind of cultural inhibition against busting glass—well, burglar alarms mitigated against it, too—but wasn't that weird? " I jerked.
I didn't know if it was a man or a woman. Was it someone normal, or a member of my family who could wish themselves here? What if it was someone who wasn't normal? Lately there were rumors about a campus rapist. I didn't know anybody who had actually been attacked. But what if—? I was alone in the center. The door probably wasn't even locked. We closed at eight, and maybe that was when everybody else left, but I was still here, and whoever left last was supposed to lock up. But usually we left together.
I held my hand against my chest. Slowly I came away from the wall and walked toward the stranger. Was that what I looked like? Oval, pale face, chubby, rosy cheeks, deep-set hazel eyes below dark brows, clever mouth. Hair a dark froth of curls. Body so hidden in black that I couldn't make it out, not size nor shape. I would never have seen myself in that face, but now that Jasper mentioned it, I looked harder. It was not the mirror me, but it looked a little like the photographed me. I usually didn't look very hard at pictures of myself.
A Fistful of Sky (A LaZelle Family Novel) by Nina Kiriki Hoffman