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The Sprite Sisters: The Magic Unfolds

by Sheridan Winn

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The Magic Unfolds is a strong second novel which follows on nicely from where The Circle of Power left off. While the opening chapters are a little slow moving, partially due to lengthy exposition to recap the events for new readers, the novel begins to a rather exciting climax as the Sprites are forced to use their magic to prevent the evil Glenda Glass from ousting them from their home.

The novel this time focuses on the importance of family and unity, showing the importance of sticking together. As the Sprite's powers are based around balance, tension is added to the story through the conflict between Flame and Marina. While its clear to the reader that Verena is slowly unknowingly driving a wedge between the sisters, the true effects of this don't become clear until quite late on in the story.

The series continues to be a light and easy read for young readers The setting still brings to mind classic British works such as The Famous Five and the characters are bright and memorable. Each of the sisters has a noticeably different personality which really shows through in the way that they speak and interact with each other. Verena continues to develop as a character as well - although she is still somewhat untrustworthy it's difficult not to feel sorry for her. The novel also introduces the magnificent Mrs Duggery - probably my favourite character to date.

All in all, The Magic Unfolds is a strong second novel and left me wanting to read more. I look forward to seeing what adventures the Sprites face next time. ( )
  ArkhamReviews | May 29, 2016 |
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Sprite Towers, the Sprite Sisters' home is under threat. They have a leaking roof and their enemy, the ruthless Glenda Glass is determined to have the house for herself. The girls are preparing for the most important concert of their lives, can they resolve their differences and summon all their magic powers to save Sprite Towers?… (more)

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