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  • I want to be a Child of the Library

    My Review All of Elisabeth’s life she has lived in one of the Great Libraries and is hoping to train to become a Warden of the Library. Elisabeth has been taught all sorcerers are evil. When she is falsely accused of a crime against the library, she is given over to the sorcerers to be punished. To clear her name she might have to trust one of the sorcerers but can she trust someone who she has been told is evil to help her? I love Margaret Rogerson’s first book An Enchantment of Ravens and only had one complaint and that was the world-building wasn’t very strong. In Sorcery of Thorns, the world-building is fantastic and descriptive. I felt like I was walking in the library with Elisabeth who is the main character. I love Elisabeth so much. I really connected with her love of books and curiosity. Her strength and conviction to do what is right are inspiring. Nathaniel Thorn is one of my new book boyfriends. His wit, his sass, his heart, the love he has for his bodyguard and friend Silas, his strength in the face of loss, and his chooses all won my heart. Silas is such a great character. I can’t say more about him because of spoilers. One of my favorite parts of this book was how the books were alive and have personalities. It was also so unique how the sorcerers get their powers. The story was so captivating and I didn’t want to leave this world or the characters. I laughed, I cried, I cheered, I had ALL THE FEELS. This book is a love letter to all book lovers. This book is for everyone who found themselves in books. For everyone who thinks that a book in hand and stack of books on your nightstand is heaven. I can’t recommend this book highly enough. Rating: 5 stars

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  • Truly Enchanting!

    The best kind of books are the ones that leave you simultaneously satisfied and desperate for more, and Sorcery of Thorns was no exception. I don’t think I’ve ever described a book this way before, but this one was nothing short of enchanting. It was this amazing combination of beauty and reflection with magic and adventure. If I could have sat down and read this book in one sitting I would have. It was paced phenomenally and there was always something to keep you going. From the exciting and magical (no pun intended) overarching plot, to the truly lovable characters this book had no shortage of reasons to keep you reading. It was also so easy to do so because the writing itself flowed so well and was easy to devour. I also must appreciate the way that this book was an ode to book lovers everywhere. It’s not surprising that a book centred around libraries would attest to the wonder and magic contained within stories, but Sorcery of Thorns did it in a way I’ve never seen before, and did it naturally at that. This is honestly such a great read that perfectly paired all the things you want in a YA novel and more! (P.S. the audiobook itself really added an extra dimension to the book that I would have missed had I just read I normally, so it’s definitely worth listening to for audiobook fans!)

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