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Maggie Stiefvater recently designed 22 tarot cards for her The Raven Cycle Tarot Tour. She will use the cards on her tour to reveal the past, present and future of The Raven Cycle series.




Justice (see photos) is card number 11, and represents fairness and balance. The Justice card relates to the laws of the Universe the invisible principles that keep everything flowing forward smoothly through infinite causal chains. These are laws that cannot be violated; only enforced.





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Manibus Manibus 5 June 2019
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Call Down the Hawk Free Preview!

So first off if you haven't heard yet, Maggie and Scholastic made the first eight chapters of her upcoming book Call Down the Hawk available online as a free preview.  This is not crappy cell phone p…

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