Book Review: Sorcery of Thorns

Magical libraries are my love language. I can’t believe this book hadn’t hit my radar before it’s Cybils Awards nomination.
Overview: Elisabeth Scrivener was orphaned as a child, left to be raised within a library, but not just any library. The Great Library isn’t just great in size. It contains magical grimoires that whisper and rattle from their home within the shelves if provoked or damaged in any way they turn into what is known as a Malefict. (Think the Monster Book of Monsters in the Harry Potter universe)
Elisabeth hopes to one day become a warden to protect the Great Library and her kingdom from their power. Eventually, Elisabeth is forced to team up with the most unlikely of people in an attempt to clear her name.
All in all, this story is a whimsical, cozy, winter read.

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