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Unravel the Dusk: The Blood of Stars, Book 2

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Magical tailor fights demon for her soul in lively fantasy.

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Fantasy fiction often depends on unique sources of magic, and this Asian-influenced tale is fresh and compelling. The first volume, however, is a little more unusual in its narrative trajectory, putting a seamstress at the center of a fantasy saga. Nevertheless, Elizabeth Lim's Unravel the Dusk brings the duology to a fitting, satisfying end. Maia and Edan make a likable romantic couple, and the supporting cast includes some interesting villains and allies. Offbeat and well constructed, Unravel the Dusk proves to be the work of an exciting new talent.

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