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An Enchantment of Ravens

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Magic and romance mix well in intricate faerie tale.

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Is It Any Good?

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Fast-paced, frequently funny, and unpredictable, this novel will enchant fantasy readers. While author Margaret Rogerson is attuned to the traditions of faerie lore, her scene-setting and characterizations in An Enchantment of Ravens feel fresh and compelling. Main character Isobel is a vivid heroine: competent, soulful, clever, and empathetic. And she's well matched by Rook, the crown prince of autumn, who comes to love and depend on her.

Stories about the "fair folk" offer ample opportunity for scenes of magic and intrigue, and this stand-alone fantasy plays those elements to the hilt.

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