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The Silver Bowl by Diane Stanley
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Aug 17, 11

Read on July 22, 2011

4.5 The Silver Bowl was an exciting and fantastical adventure. Molly leaves her home as a young girl to go and work at the castle, armed only with a necklace from her mother and her magic. Oh, yeah, Molly has visions. Visions that always come true. Once at the castle, she meets a new friend, Tobias, who teaches her about the rules and lay of the land. Soon Molly is able to move up to greater and harder tasks. It is there she starts a relationship with Thomas, an older servant who teaches her how to clean the silver. Molly is given the task to clean the precious silver bowl. It seems magical and Molly doesn't want to have anything to do with it. By what happens when she discovers a plot against the royal family, a secret as old as her grandparents, and a traitor in their midst? That's Molly's life - seeing the visions - but this time she is determined to do something about it. Along with her friends Tobias, and Winifred, Molly hatches a plan to save the throne. I really enjoyed this fresh take on fantasy and hope to read more books with Molly's spirit in the future.

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