During these uncertain times, nothing brightens my day more than receiving some delightful book mail!
As if life isn't already complicated when you have to sneak out a magical side door and enter a different century just to get to school each morning.
And now Silent has to figure out what happened to her beloved Aunt Generous, the woman who raised her--which would be complicated enough even if CIA agents in black SUVs weren't chasing her--but they definitely are!
I love the mix of genres and the unquie names. Get your own copy here.
Check back here for my review soon!
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