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Kelly Creagh
As a child, Kelly would hold elaborate one-kid plays for patient relatives, complete with song, dance, and over-the-top melodramatics. Then, whenever Mom or Grandma called for a break, she would venture outside to slay dragons, run from make-believe ghosts and create magical feasts for fairies... show more

As a child, Kelly would hold elaborate one-kid plays for patient relatives, complete with song, dance, and over-the-top melodramatics. Then, whenever Mom or Grandma called for a break, she would venture outside to slay dragons, run from make-believe ghosts and create magical feasts for fairies out of mud and pinecones. In the third grade, Kelly wrote her first book titled Pink Lettuce, a story about a young girl who comes to the aid of her mad scientist neighbor, helping him to return his potion-pink lettuce patch to its original green and leafy luster. Kelly holds an undergraduate degree in Theatre Arts and Master of Fine Arts in Writing for Children and Young Adults. Today, she finds true joy in transcribing her dramatic daydreams onto the stage of the blank page. When not writing or curled up with a good book, Kelly can be found teaching, learning and performing the ancient art of Bellydance.
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Book Wonderland
Book Wonderland rated it 2 years ago
HOLY CRAP THAT WAS AMAZING. I actually cried when I read the last page. Another fantastic book from her and a fantastic way of ending my all time favorite series. (Yep, this trilogy is my number one. I've said it. I'm sorry JK Rowling.) i just love this trilogy so much. I want to know however ...
Book Wonderland
Book Wonderland rated it 2 years ago
(Not a review.) I loved this book. I love this series. It kills me in such a good way. The writing is amazing and for a ya book the romance takes a backseat but backseated done right. The fictional world is amazing. It's kind of like a nightmare on elm street but not. I can't get enough of this ...
Rashika, The Book Owl
Rashika, The Book Owl rated it 2 years ago
***This review has also been posted on The Social PotatoIt’s hard to believe I waited almost 3 years for this book. The time seems to have stretched out forever but diving back into this series wasn’t hard for me (possibly because I continued to obsess over it for the past 3 years.) As soon as I ope...
julianecromancer
julianecromancer rated it 3 years ago
Not only was this book well written, with elegant language and setting, but it was exciting, breathtaking, and original, too.This story is about a cheerleader named Isobel, who is assigned to work with goth boy outcast Varen on an English project. Varen decides that they are going to research Edgar ...
EmilySavant
EmilySavant rated it 4 years ago
3.5I need the last one. This one wasn't enough Varen.
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