YA Book Review- An Enchantment of Ravens

An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

Unable to make anything for themselves, the fairies who dominate Isobel’s world crave human Craft. As a talented portrait artist, Isobel works closely with these dangerous creatures. After her portrait for the Autumn Prince goes awry, he whisks her away to fairyland to stand trial, but their struggle to survive that treacherous world turns to love. The author uses her words to paint a lush picture of a world you will not want to leave. The descriptions are vivid, the romance compelling, with enough intrigue and moments of humor to keep you on the hook until the heart-stopping conclusion. This fresh take on the fairy genre is a whimsical and powerful exploration of what it means to be human. Recommended for young adults in grade 7 and up.

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