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Ravens in the Library by Phil Brucato
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Aug 18, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: anthology, fairy-tales, fantasy, favorites, fiction, folklore, own, short-stories
Read in June, 2009

Ravens in the Library is an excellent collection of stories by Laurell K. Hamilton, Seanan McGuire, Neil Gaiman, and several others. I look forward to opening its magic again and again. Created as a fundraiser for bard extraordinaire S.J. Tucker, the anthology just goes to show that fairy tales with happy endings still happen.

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