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  • A well crafted story

    Morgan Smith does it again. For many new authors, the second novel is weak. They put their heart and soul into the first novel after polishing it for years, but the second novel often is made of the leftover bits that couldn't be shoehorned into the first. Not here. The author continues to write well crafted stories set in a complex world inhabited by strong, believable characters. The plot of Casting in Stone is less complex than A Spell in the Country, but it still kept me reading late into the night. To her credit, Smith does not continue the story of the characters in the first book, but instead gives us an entirely new cast set in another part of the country. We learn more about the history, mythology, magic, and politics of the world she's created and that both allies and enemies can be as dangerous as the magical spells wielded by the power-hungry priestess of Penliath.

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