Be prepared to be swept away by atmospheric writing that casts a lasting spell. Sally Gardner’s prose is exquisitely beautiful and her story and characters enthralling. She has written a rare and glorious book.
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She writes by the light of seven candles, one for each section, and in her gentle voice tells of the sudden death of her mother, whose silver shadow is kept in a box, and her father’s quick remarriage to a piggy Puritan named Maud, as vicious to Coriander as she is to her own daughter, Hester.| Read Full Review of I, Coriander
Summary: A patchy book combining historical fiction and fantasy.Nov 25 2012 | Read Full Review of I, Coriander
But she soon discovers there is much more to this whole Cinderella story than she had realized -- her mother came from another world, and Maud and Arise are being manipulated by an evil queen from that world who wants a magical item Coriander's mother left behind.Jan 16 2006 | Read Full Review of I, Coriander
Growing up in the 1643 England of Oliver Cromwell, Coriander Hobie resides in a comfortable house on the Thames.| Read Full Review of I, Coriander
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