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The Salamander Spell by E.D. Baker
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Apr 08, 2010

Read from April 08 to 14, 2010

The Salamander Spell
By: E.D. Baker
Review By: Paige Tornow

The Frog Princess Series is back with another amazing story. Emma's aunt Grassina stars in the book, The Salamander Spell. Grassina is about fifteen years old, and is living in her sisters shadow...already. Her sister Chartreuce has it all. Looks, suitors, the kingdom, and even magic, or so it's thought. Life seems almost bearable for Grassina, until her parents have a fight. To make up for it. her father brings her mother a beautiful boquet of flowers, not knowing that the family's women are cursed, and if they even touch a flower, they will lose their beauty as well as their good nature. Not being able to handle it all, Grassina runs away to the only place she's felt comfort, the swamp. Her plans change when she finds a boy, also a runaway, in the spot where she will set up camp. In only a short while, Grassina will find courage, hope, love, and a little magic of her own.
The Salamander Spell was a very interesting book. This fantasy is a great book for anyone who loves the genre, and is a great addition to anyone's collection, if they've read the others in the series. I'd rate it a five out of five for its humor, excitement, and unexpectedness. E.D. Baker makes this book very enjoyable.
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