Magdalena eagerly begins her search, asking her employer, a professor of folk tales, for help, and manages to gain a new opportunity in helping him set up a conference on evil and monsters. Believing that two of the conference participants would be helpful to her in clearing Fen’ka’s name, she remains very involved in the conference, just waiting for her aides to reveal themselves.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book! I loved the way the story shifted easily from 1365 to 2002, and I appreciated Magdalena’s determination to help Fen’ka clear her name. I could relate to Magdalena’s day-to-day life, and her desire to find something different and exciting rather than the same old daily routine. Do not let the length of the book scare you; it is a fascinating read. I can hardly wait for the remainder of the trilogy.
- Paperback: 422 pages
- Publisher: Stephen Morris (June 20, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0984773126
- ISBN-13: 978-0984773121