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  • The Waverleys and their Wonderland are back!

    The Waverleys and their Wonderland are back and the words within shape stunningly realistic pictures. We follow Bay as she shows those around her the importance of defining yourself by what you do want to do rather than what you don’t want to do. This is something Claire needs reminding of when she finds herself questioning everything she believed was real. We learn more about their agoraphobic Grandmother Mary and Lorelei’s icy Waverly magic. The Waverley women and the sage men they tie themselves to have inspired me to look astutely at my past, embrace my present, and to find the strength to open the door to my future, my happily-ever-after. I do hope the Waverleys’ story continues… The possibilities! I am blessed to read the magic that is Sarah Addison Allen’s 'First Frost'.

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  • The magic continues

    Sarah Addison Allen is definitely one of my favorite authors. Her novels never disappoint and I am always on the look out for anything new by her. I have read all of her previous novels and while this one has not been my favorite I still thoroughly enjoyed it! This book follows on from her Book of Garden Spells, so I would recommend you read that one first to fully appreciate this latest gem of hers. Allen has a way with words, sharing her wisdom in a uniquely insightful and poetic manner.This gifted author has a special talent with words. This is evident in some of my favorite quotes from this novel, which I have included below: "She'd been neither pretty nor nice, but he had loved her. Under her thick pancake makeup, her skin had been pockmarked, but he would stare at her adoringly from his cot at night and imagine her scars were constellations, a secret map to a far off happy place." "I've always found that the smartest people aren't the ones in charge, it's the ones who let them think they're in charge." "She'd left her hometown of Bascom when she was eighteen, burning bridges with the fire of her resentment, never intending to return." "Tyler got out and locked the car with the remote, then he walked over to Claire, who was silhouetted by the light from the street lamp, her curves like a map that took him to a different place every time he consulted it." " She knew that who you are is a stone set deep inside you. You can spend all your life trying to dig that stone out, or you can build around it. Your choice." "Men lied. She accepted that now. They couldn't help it. It was their default position. They denied it, but that just proved her point."

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