The following is an honest review of An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson and my suggested age rating.
Isobel’s gift and Craft is painting. She is especially gifted in portraits, specifically for dangerous clients: the fair folk. For years she’s painted for fair folk but never for a royals, until now. The autumn prince, Rook is coming for a portrait. Isobel makes the mistake of painting human emotion into his eyes: sorrow. The fair folk can’t do what mortals can; if they perform any Craft they will wither to dust. When the autumn prince discovers what Isobel has done, he returns and states that she will return to his kingdom and stand trial for her crime. With the fair folk world at the edge of destruction and a forbidden romance blossoming, Rook and Isobel must work together. Isobel must also learn how to use this new found gift.
Review of An Enchantment of Ravens
Like Sorcery of Thorns, An Enchantment of Ravens is full of lyrical writing and beautiful atmospheric descriptions. It is the PERFECT fall read with a cozy fairytale vibe.
I loved both Isobel and Rook’s characters. They both changed a lot throughout the story and grew individually as well as in their relationship with each other. Like Sorcery of Thorns, I felt it was a bit slow at times.
I gave An Enchantment of Ravens 4/5 stars on Goodreads.
Age Rating of An Enchantment of Ravens
I am giving An Enchantment of Ravens an Age Rating of 13 and up. There is mild language, some violence, and romance.
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