The Crown of Stones: Magic-Price by C. L. Schneider – Review by Mary Katherine Alexander

Magic-Price (The Crown of Stones, #1)Magic-Price by C.L. Schneider
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Much like Ian Troy, I too have an addiction to magic, though mine is confined within pages of fantasy novels, and this was no exception, if anything it only made my addition worse. It begins with your usual fantasy good vs evil but as the story unfolds, and more background and world building is done, it becomes so much more than that. Schneider did such an amazing job taking the fantasy novel and making it her own. The building of the background material and the world made me want more and more. I loved how it wasn’t all just so simple black and white with how everything was meant to be, but that it touched on all the Grey area in between. I will be the first to say all magic comes with a price, but it’s a price worth paying to read this book.

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