Of Sorcery and Snow: The Ever Afters, Book 3

Book review by Darienne Stewart, Common Sense Media
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Magical, real worlds collide in action-packed sequel.

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Scarier than the first 2 of this series

I loved the first 2 books in the series for my 8-12 year olds- mainly because although there was a lot of peril & excitement, the main character found ways to win without good people dying. This one opens with fighting/killing wolves that they soon find out are actually kidnapped children turned magically into wolves for the Snow Queens Army. That's a pretty heavy start when the good guys are killing innocent kidnapped children who've been turned into wolves. No longer appropriate for my 8-12 year olds.

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