Shadow Spell by Caro King

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I found Shadow Spell to be slightly more action packed than the first book and I liked it that way.
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Synopsis

In the sequel to Seven Sorcerers, Nin and her friends must save an entire world!

Simeon Dark is the most powerful sorcerer in the land of the Drift. Mysterious, cunning, and a shape-shifter, only he can stop the evil Strood and save the Drift from dying. But where is he?
     Nin Redstone and her friends make their way to Dark’s mansion—a strange castle built in a tree—where she finds a ribbon of shadowy light. Could this be a clue to unlocking the mystery of Simeon Dark? Meanwhile, Mr. Strood is preparing his distillation machine, gathering his pet tigers and some barrels of blood, and then he’s coming after Nin….
     Caro King has created a funny, rich, thrilling adventure, interwoven with fantastical creatures, myth, and magic.
 

About Caro King

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Caro King was born in London and raised in Surrey, where she lives with her partner, Kevin. She studied art and works at the Home Office. The world of the Seven Sorcerers came from a rainy lunchtime when she began mapping out the world of the Drift. (Skerridge and his waistcoat came later.)
 
Published May 1, 2012 by Aladdin. 322 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction
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All: 4 | Positive: 1 | Negative: 3

Kirkus

Below average
Reviewed by Kirkus Reviews on Apr 15 2012

A great deal of action is regularly stopped cold by explication, gory and funny parts and some delicious ideas in this confusing middle-grade fantasy.

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Charlotte's Library

Below average
Reviewed by Charlotte on Jul 25 2012

There's some pretty gross violence, that might disturb younger readers (or their parents; I myself, being weak, could have done without one or two little descriptions of yuckiness).

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Beyond Books

Good
Reviewed by Cat on Jan 16 2011

I found Shadow Spell to be slightly more action packed than the first book and I liked it that way.

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Tatty's Treasure Chest

Below average
Reviewed by Tatty on Aug 06 2010

To be totally honest I really wasn’t that enamoured by this title.

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