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Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 3 years ago
Thalia is a stage magician with her show as Lady of The Lake. When her livelihood is threatened she will start a cascade of events which will eventually allow her to learn her true self and her true powers. There was a lot in this novel. Besides Thalia being a stage magician and pretty emancipated a...
waltzy
waltzy rated it 9 years ago
2.5 stars.I think the letter device worked better with the two of them on separate adventures - having Kate and Cecy directly corresponding was more fun and personal. In this one it felt more imbalanced, since Kate had a personal journal where she tended to talk about intimate moments with Thomas, a...
Bookish for life
Bookish for life rated it 9 years ago
This is just really good fun - I found it recommended on a "If you like Gail Carriger..." list and while it's YA (i.e. no sex *g*), it has a similar sense of whimsy and plays very amusingly with Regency clichés (only with a magical twist). I also quite enjoyed the epistolary style, as the whole nove...
KizunaYueMichaelis
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it 10 years ago
A combo that, in my case, never fails: magic + regency. Besides, one of the 2 writers is Patricia Wrede, who also is the author of my favorite fantasy series, The Enchanted Forest. The other one is Caroline Stevermer, who is also wonderful. The book is written in Letter format: Mrs. Wrede wrote Cece...
thistle
thistle rated it 10 years ago
Cute? I don't know. Stars an orphaned boy and a brownie. Thomas is nearly unrecognizably flat; Kate barely appears.
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