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Sorcery & Cecelia: or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot - Patricia C. Wrede, Caroline Stevermer
Sorcery & Cecelia: or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781453254677 (1453254676)
Publisher: Open Road Young Readers
Pages no: 350
Edition language: English
Series: Cecelia and Kate (#1)
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Bookish for life
Bookish for life rated it
4.0 Sorcery & Cecelia: or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot
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 rated it
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...
Sarah (The Brazen Bookworm)
Sarah (The Brazen Bookworm) rated it
A fun read, with a lovely blend of romance, magic and mystery. It was a bit difficult to discern the heroines' separate voices, but I enjoyed it very much nonetheless. Would work for YA or adult readers. Eager to read the sequels now.
Tiana Smith
Tiana Smith rated it
4.0 Sorcery and Cecelia or the Enchanted Chocolate Pot
I'm amazed that the authors never discussed the plot when they were writing their portions. It's a clever read, and I loved the setting and voices of the characters. Sometimes there seem to be quite a few characters to keep straight - or there are little details that don't seem to add much, but I'm ...
karenf rated it
Fun, delightful, witty, those are the words most often repeated in the reviews for this book and it pretty well sums it up. You also see Jane Austen meets Harry Potter, which is I guess a good a shorthand as any, but I don't think it's a deep as Austen or as childish as the first Harry Potters. Tw...
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