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Review: First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen

Fifteen-year-old Bay has come to terms with being part of the magical Waverley family. She accepts her mother’s and aunt’s special abilities, and is totally fine with her power to know where things – and people – belong. 172 more words


Book Review: First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen

Welcome back to Bascom, North Carolina, where the peculiar Waverly women have interesting gifts that inspire fear, jealousy, and sometimes even admiration from their fellow townspeople. 394 more words


Sarah Addison Allen’s Garden Spells-Waverleys 1

Overview: Claire Waverley has been living in the same house since she was six. The Waverley house is quite famous in Bascom, North Carolina. Everything about the garden has it’s fans, from the flowers, that Claire uses in her catering business, to the apple tree with a mind of it’s own. 371 more words

Book Apprasials

It's all in the Frosting

Growing up, I never got into the “local” scene of writers. That is, I didn’t read anything by people in my area. That changed when I went to college and took a class called Appalachian Lit. 373 more words

Friday Reader Rambles

Reading Rewind: First Frost and Alice in Wonderland High

This week brought a new book by my favorite author, Sarah Addison Allen. I’ve been waiting for this book for a year when she first mentioned working on it at a reading for Lost Lake (well, to be honest, since I read Garden Spells and fell in love with the Waverleys), and everything got put on hold so I could devour it. 821 more words

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Book Review | First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen

First Frost (Waverley Family #2) by Sarah Addison Allen

Fiction, Published January 20, 2015

Read January 2015, 304 pp.

Rating: 4.5/5

Book Blurb:

From the New York Times bestselling author of Garden Spells comes a story of the Waverley family, in a novel as sparkling as the first dusting of frost on new-fallen leaves… 761 more words


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Sarah Addison Allen’s newest book, First Frost, reunites us with the beloved Waverly family we met in Garden Spells. I actually only read any of Ms. 162 more words