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Silverwolf by Jacey Bedford
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it was amazing
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Jacey Bedford brings a 19th Century England to life-- with a twist. This is a world like our own but blessed, or some might say cursed, with magic.

This is a glorious book, a voluptuous book (does that make sense?), brimming with fascinating detail, overflowing with action, brimming with emotion (it even wrung a tear from me: that's very unusual for a book. The last book that made me cry while reading was 'The Road')

A door has been unlocked, and a wild dance of magic has been unleashed in the world. Humans, magic user or not, Rowankind, Fae and fabulous creatures need to find a place in this world.

Our heroes, the witch and the shapeshifter, must use their skills, compassion and courage to resolve the problems, in the public and the private spheres, that this new world brings.

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Reading Progress

November 3, 2016 – Shelved
January 4, 2017 – Started Reading

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