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The Rules of Magic (Spoiler Free!) Review

“Do as you will, but harm no one.

What you give will be returned to you threefold.

Fall in love whenever you can.”

-Alice Hoffman, …

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Enough Books to Sink a Boat (Part 1)

For reasons I explain here, I’ve been off this blog. It’s been an unexpected but also joyful time. I think the most common blog post on the internet is the one in which a blogger explains a long absence. 557 more words

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The Rules of Magic (Prequel to Practical Magic)

The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman

Dreamlike, romantic, melancholy. Less magical than historical. Passive, not powerful.

Review: Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman

My Thoughts: I knew going into reading this book that it was going to be very different from the movie version (which I love) but from the very first few pages I immediately fell in love. 244 more words


Fortune's Daughter by Alice Hoffman ((Audiobook Review))

She begged for time to stop, for clocks to break, for every star to remain fixed. But none of that happened.

Fortune’s Daughter

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Snuggle up with the the long-awaited prequel to 'Practical Magic' by Alice Hoffman

Meet siblings Frances and Jet and Vincent. From the beginning their mother Susanna knew they were unique: Franny with her skin as pale as milk and blood red hair, who could commune with birds; Jet as shy as she is beautiful, who knows what others are thinking, and Vincent so charismatic that he was built for trouble.

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Faithful by Alice Hoffman

Alice Hoffman has become my favorite author. I tend to describe her novels as mostly “Women’s Contemporary Fiction”, but she is much more than that and not necessarily just for women either. 456 more words

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