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Double Double Toil (Netherfeld Trilogy #2)

4.67  ·  Rating details ·  15 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Six months after the events of Cauldron’s Bubble...

Alda is stranded in her remote cottage, unable to recreate the magical object that allows her to travel between time and place. Meanwhile, Dreng’s home with Miranda on a distant island begins to crumble. They both escape to Fairy Land, where they become embroiled in a battle of immortals as the clans of Queen Titania and
Published October 1st 2018 by Verdopolis Press
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Linda Lou
Sep 24, 2019 rated it really liked it
Act 2 Scene 6
“I am trapped in a memory... All this world is a stage, and we are the players. We can build here with our minds, but it is no more real than some pantomime.” You’ve got to love it...A phrase from Shakespeare’s As You Like It. There’s so much of Shakespeare sprinkled throughout these a turn of a phrase, a character and yes, even parts of the storyline. Others have said that you don’t need to read Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet o
Oct 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Great read! I read it in 2 days and couldn't put it down. Better than the first one (Cauldron's Bubble)!
Rosanna Threakall
A simply wonderful sequel <3 ...more
Oct 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Everyone!
Amazing book! I want to say it is even better than the first one! I am not sure how that could be possible. I loved learning more about the characters in a different world but in the same story. I finished the book in less than 24 hours because I simply could not put it down!
Nov 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
Six months after discovering a cauldron’s bubble, Alda has returned to her remote cottage in Grand Ledge. But Alda soon realises she is trapped and unable to travel between time and place. Meanwhile, Dreng is far away on an enchanted island with Miranda, where the magic is waning. Both Alda and Dreng manage to escape to Fairy Land where they become caught up in the conflict between King Oberon and Queen Titania. As mortals, Alda and Dreng face grave danger and must learn to save each other or ri ...more
Tiffany {Beyond the Stars: Book Blog}
This series is almost impossible to put down. Elby truly captures Shakespeare’s works with her adept writing. Double Double Toil is similar to a puzzle, in my mind, that Elby pieces together beautifully.
Cauldron’s Bubble introduced us to Alda and Dreng, and Double Double Toil continues taking us on their whirlwind journey. We travel across realms with these two, settling mainly in the fairy realm in this novel.
No one is who they say they are or who they seem to be. Secrets are uncovered and loo
Apr 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Took me a bit to get to this one, and I'm sorry for putting it off. Lots of fun stuff here with even more suspense and mystery than the first book in the series. I have to say that I've still got some questions, but I've got a feeling the author likes to keep readers hanging. Looking forward to the third book in the trilogy. Will probably reread the first two again this summer to stay fresh.
Julia Harrod
Oct 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I have been waiting anxiously for this book to come out ever since I finished Cauldron's Bubble. I LOVE this series. Now that I have devoured the second book, I will wait patiently for the third knowing that this author has what it takes to keep me entertained time and time again. While this book can definitely stand on its own - I highly recommend reading both books in the series.

Great for adults of all ages. Highly engaging and hard to put down.
Feb 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
Amber Elby continues her Netherfeld trilogy in a book that - to me - exceeds the previous installment. With Alda and Dreng's stories more intertwined, the book seemed to flow better while simultaneously weaving in more of Shakespeare's characters (not needed to know to enjoy this book) and moving the story along at a nicer clip. Elby still doesn't provide much character development, but the motivations behind the characters' actions are more evident and enjoyable.
Kathy Klinge
Mar 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed this one as much as the first book. I am particularly pleased that the third book will be released on my birthday
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Amber Elby was born in Grand Ledge, Michigan but spent much of her childhood in the United Kingdom. She began writing when she was three years old and created miniature books by asking her family how to spell every, single, word. Several years later, she saw her first Shakespearean comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, in London. Many years later, she studied Creative Writing at Michigan State Universit ...more

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