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This book will be best for horror fans as we start out with grumbling and envy, then get into panic, evil, unpleasant things and hags. I don't know if the author has deliberately made her main characters embody the maiden, mother and crone, which were the three traditional aspects of women. Men don't get a look-in until two thirds through, and then we meet a couple of travellers with swords. One happens to be an Arthurian knight, if the earlier name Morgana hadn't been enough of a hint.
I love horses, but the horses in this book aren't enough to win me over as I dislike horror. I have the previous book in this series and will read it, but I won't be reading more of them; however, some readers will enjoy this type of tale more than I do.
Spells and magic, a mysterious grimoire, and one sister's wish awaken danger in this second book of the Magic and Mage Series! They say "Be careful what you wish for" and that is so true in this story, making for an exciting read with many pulse-pounding moments. There are frightening encounters and many revelations as secrets are revealed, plus the introduction of new characters (knights!!)! I enjoyed it and am very excited about the continuation of the series!