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    This is by far the best lesbian young adult/fantasy book I've read. Its up there with Of Fire and Stars, I dare say it is better in my opinion. I urge you to read this wonderful and uniquely written trilogy. It is such a breath of fresh air, it actually has a bumpy and realistic development for both main characters. It isn't rushed or comes across as false, I was completley swept away and happily kept hostage in Bradshaw's amazing book. It gets even better in the second book Conduit :) XOXO - thanks for reading this, I hope you found it helpful!!!! READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!
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    Wonderful Fantasy Book!

    (I was given this book for free through the Sapphic Book Club in exchange for an honest review. Check out their Tumblr sapphicliterature.tumblr.com or Twitter twitter.com/sapphicbookclub.com While the prologue made me unsure whether I was going to enjoy this book, since it was a lot of info all at once that I didn't entirely understand, that was hardly an issue. The rest of the book, while still at times making it hard for me to know everything that's going on (which could very well be a personal issue), I still enjoyed it heavily. It turned from a casual read, general enjoyment that I'd read a few chapters of right before bed, to being kept up at night reading pages after pages, unable to stop. Once the fight against the Legion started, it was a constant, almost unending barrage of plot, and I was fully invested. I wholly enjoyed most of the characters, my favorite being Elisa. I love her attitude and knowing that deep down she cared for everyone. My other favorite would have to be Cassie. I loved how she was developed, from a confused, brash girl, to one that, while still quite brash, wanted to make a name for herself. Another thing I enjoyed was how Cassie and Andrea's relationship developed. They went from constant arguments to steadily growing fond of each other, the moments before the Legion fight, and emotions were running high. And well after the fact they still both showed how much they cared. Just by the way they'd get angry further shows that. Though, I had, albeit minor, issues with the writing. Not enough to take my enjoyment out of the story, however. Firstly the epithets. I couldn't help but notice how often "Ex-Legionare" or "the enchanter" was used. It's not really a major deal, but I feel just using their names could have worked better in most of those circumstances. Overall, I just loved Enchanters. While there were minor points that I probably partly forgot that threw me off at times, it hardly took away from just really liking the book. If you're into magical/fantasy type things with royal family "drama", and the slow burn of w/w relationship through the two main characters, you'll probably enjoy this book.
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    An epic read!

    An epic read with wonderful pacing, an interesting plot, and fantastic character development along with some of the best world building in a YA fantasy novel I've ever seen. I went into this very excited - one because of the lovely cover and wonderful marketing (check out the website and art!) and two because the premise sounded very interesting. Most books where a stranger arrives from another world have that stranger as the main protagonist but here they are a supporting role (though a very important one!). The idea of coming into a fantasy world where magic is scarce is not something I see a lot - especially in YA and more importantly, especially in a YA fantasy book that features well written female characters and wlw. I'm glad to say I was not disappointed! My only criticisms about the book are purely on a technical level. This is a debut author and it's understandable that the writing style as well as the execution of some of the finer details might be a bit shaky. There are a lot of adverbs and epithets that could have been avoided but honestly, once I got into the rhythm of their writing it wasn't a big deal at all. Now that the "bad" is out of the way (if you could even call it that), I can go back to what I liked. The pacing - the plot is very tightly woven. It's a long book - make no mistake about that. But the plot NEVER drags. There's no unnecessary subplots, no 12 pages of flowery prose, and while there are many characters as is typical for a fantasy book, they are all well defined enough that they became memorable. The world building is amazing - so many fantasy novels introduce word salad for names of locations and cultures. Not Enchanters. Every name read as though the author had taken the time to actually say the word out loud and not once did I have to wonder if they had just grabbed a letter scrambler or taken words uttered from the mouths of poor souls who had stepped on Legos. I recommend this book to anyone that is looking to get started in a well written, good paced fantasy series with lots of realistic female characters where the focus is on the journey and the adventure (just as a warning to those looking for a romance novel - this is NOT that). As a final note, I love the level of dedication the author has put into this series and its world and how they interacted so casually with my new friends and I when we had questions. I can honestly say I can't wait for the next book.

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