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The Story of the Amulet is a book by English author Edith Nesbit, first published in 1906. It is the final part of a trilogy that also includes Five Children and It, and, The Phoenix and the Carpet. The Psammead from the first book makes another appearance in this book, but only to advise the children, not to grant wishes to them. After coming across the Psammead in a shop, where it has been trapped, they persuade the shopkeeper to sell it to them. The Psammead then tells the children to buy an ancient Egyptian amulet which allows them to time travel. The amulet they buy is one half of a whole, and they will need the other half to allow the amulet's true power, that of granting wishes. Off on their adventures to places where the Amulet has previously existed, the children visit Babylon, Ancient Egypt, Atlantis and Ancient Rome, where they meet Julius Caesar, in the hope that they will come across the other half of the magical amulet.
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BioWare originally announced during the final stages of the development of Dragon Age: Origins that two years' worth of downloadable content were planned for release. The planned DLC would include items such as rings and amulets, short adventures like Warden's Keep and full expansion packs with dozens of hours of new gameplay. With the earlier than expected arrival of Dragon Age II, Witch Hunt was confirmed to be the last DLC release for Dragon Age: Origins.
This DLC is available without extra cost to players who purchased a new copy of Dragon Age: Origins. In addition, unlocking the Blood Dragon armor set in Dragon Age: Origins will unlock it for use in Mass Effect 2. The code on the card located inside the new copy states that the download will expire April 30, 2010, but it has been used well beyond that date as of March, 2013. It is also available for free on the Xbox Live Marketplace, and is included in the Ultimate Edition.
Embri's Many Pockets can be downloaded for free in-game by players who have completed Chapter 1 of Dragon Age Journeys. It can also be unlocked for free by anyone with a Bioware Social Network account.
Amulet of the War Mage is an amulet available for free. It can be downloaded by players who have signed up for an account in Dragon Age Journeys. It can also be unlocked by anyone with a Bioware Social Network account.
The Memory Band is a ring available in this self-titled downloadable content. It also comes with a Formari Tome that adds one skill point after use. Originally available for free to players who pre-ordered Origins from any retailer.
Nurse's house is in Fitzrovia, the district of London near the British Museum, which Nesbit accurately conveys as having bookstalls and shops filled with unusual merchandise. In one of these shops the children find the Psammead. It had been captured by a trapper, who failed to recognise it as a magical being. The terrified creature cannot escape, for it can only grant wishes to others, not to itself. Using a ruse, the children persuade the shopkeeper to sell them the "mangy old monkey", and they free their old friend.
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Reviewed by: Once Dead, Twice Shy Kate Quealy-Gainer Harrison, Kim . Once Dead, Twice Shy. HarperCollins, 2009232 p. Library ed. ISBN 978-0-06-171820-5$17.89 Trade ed. ISBN 978-0-06-171816-8$16.99 Ad Gr. 7-10 Only the good die young and when they do, it is apparently the result of a dark reaper trying to uphold the will of the seraphs. At least, that is what Madison Avery is told when she is killed by such a reaper on her prom night. Fortunately for Madison, the scything doesn't go as planned, and she finds herself only half dead with her soul tethered to the earthly realm by a magical amulet she stole from her reaper. Caught in the middle of what is seemingly an endless battle between light reapers (angels that believe in free will) and dark reapers (angels that believe in fate and the seraph will), Madison faces the tricky task of balancing life in the mortal world as an everyday teenager with helping her guardian angel fight dark reapers and avoiding the divine attention of the seraphs. While the premise of a punky teenager doing battle with heavenly authority certainly has appeal, the complicated structure of the setting and confusing backstory detract from the plot at hand: not only are there reapers and magical amulets, but also mortal timekeepers, soul-sucking monsters, and high-school cliques to contend with. Since the rules of Harrison's world are never quite clear, the subsequent betrayals and revelations are not nearly as effective as they could be, and the ambiguous conclusion feels more haphazard than nuanced. Madison, who made her debut in a short story in the collection Prom Nights From Hell (BCCB 7/07), is nonetheless an entertainingly [End Page 22] snarky heroine, and readers who enjoyed her nonconformist style in her first brief outing may wish to see how her story plays out here.