Do Not Open Until Halloween by C.A. King was an interesting story. The story is about fairies and magic. Though it does not go too in-depth on magic, it is about a fantasy world. I have to say based on the cover and title of this story I was thrown off, anticipating a scarier type of novel. But that was not the case at all. Caitlin once believed in magic as a child, as so many do. Her Aunt promised to write her the stories she told and becomes an author to do so. When the stories become truth to Caitlin she has a choice, to help or to ignore. The story was fast paced and did not take me very long to read. There were a few parts that were confusing but that is because it was the other realm and magic can be sort of tricky. I liked the plot and the flow of the story. The author knows how to tell a great story and keeps your attention throughout. The genera is not something I typically go for, but that did not throw me off from the book. I have read a few other stories by this author and know that though it’s not my typical taste, I will always come back for another bite.
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