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Of Witches and Wind: The Ever Afters, Book 2

By Darienne Stewart, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Action picks up in fairy tale fantasy sequel.

Book Shelby Bach Fantasy 2013
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Author Shelby Bach introduces an abundance of plot twists and new creatures the second installment of her fun Ever Afters series about a magical school for fairy-tale Characters in training. Binding Oaths, enchantments, and boons play a large role in the harrowing journey to Atlantis, inhabited by hostile Fey fairies and witches. Rory's inner doubts and family drama will resonate with any young teen. Revelations about Chase and Rapunzel give both characters more emotional resonance.
Bach aims for a preteen voice and captures some of the sardonic give-and-take among friends. Overall, however, the characters lack depth and authenticity, making it a less engaging choice for older readers.

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