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REVIEW: AN ENCHANTMENT OF RAVENS, Margaret Rogerson

                     AUTHOR    Margaret Rogerson RATING  5/5 This may look like another book about faes, but what I loved most about it was how much it was not. It was the end of July and I have this thing; I need to start my TBR at the beginning of the month. New month, new book. So I was looking for some stand alone book that I could read in a couple of days before the start of August. And I came up with this one. This is a book to read between lines. ABOUT  The Fair Folk can't perform any craft without turning to dust, so they rely on humans to collect the thing they desire the most: the thing they can't have. Isobel paints portraits for them. One day, she'll paint one for Rook, the Autumn prince, and she'll make a terrible mistake. She'll paint him with human sorrow in his eyes and she'll be summoned to his court to answer for her crime, because how dare she to give weakness to a perfect being? REVIEW  First of all, this is a solid stand alone. It's so d

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