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The Broken Mirror: The Chronicles of Never After, Book 3

By Mary Eisenhart, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Swordplay, death, curses, romance in wacky fairy-tale world.

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A frog prince, murderous villains, sibling rivalry, palace coups, and a whole lot of curses are just a few of the surprises and difficulties facing young Filomena in her latest magical adventure. Also a growing attaction to 13-year-old Jack the Giant Stalker. There's a lot to deal with as The Broken Mirror unfolds, but fortunately the friends have each other and unexpected help on the way. Including from the title character, a wisecracking magic mirror who calls himself Ira Glassman.

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