An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

Reviewed by Melissa Beck (Library Staff)

Isobel is a portrait artist often in the service of the fair folk, gorgeous immortal beings who crave human Craft of any type–cooking, writing, sewing, visual arts, etc. Isobel finds herself traveling through the forest on her way to the fairy court with the autumn prince, Rook, amidst danger and forbidden attraction.

While I didn’t give a fig for the romance, I loved the exploration of Craft and how it relates to our humanity. Filled with beautiful language and lush settings vibrant with rich color and glamour, there is plenty to take away from this fantasy romance, even if it’s not the romance.

Located in Teen Fiction (TEEN FIC ROGERSON)

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