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    • By lunababymoonchild
      The second in a trilogy of books that started with Small Spaces.  
       
      This was as well written as the other one with a believable story and well rounded characters. This was also aimed at 10 - 12 year olds so I'm not sure if the contents would be too scary or scary enough but I enjoyed it and it was something of an original plotline.
    • By lunababymoonchild
      This book is a) aimed at 10-12 year olds so I wasn't expecting to be scared by it and I wasn't and b) the first of a trilogy.  It's a nice story about ghosts and living scarecrows, well written with rounded characters and a believable-ish story line.
       
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    • By lunababymoonchild
      For those who are interested, Katherine Arden (of Winternight fame) has three new books : Small Spaces, Dead Voices and Dark Waters (to be released in August this year), a new trilogy. 
    • By lunababymoonchild
      Book 3 in the Winternight Trilogy.  More Russian fairy tales, culture and tradition.  Just as good as the previous two, I couldn't put it down.
       
      Highly recommended. 
    • By lunababymoonchild
      Book 2 in the Winternight Trilogy.
       
      This one continues with the story of Vasya to whom we are introduced in the first book.  Like the first book it's a Russian fairy tale, so set in Russia with much description of snow and dangerously cold temperatures, demons, fairy folk (domovoi), ghosts etc.  We get to know a lot more about the winter King, introduced in the first book by Vasya's nurse and we hear more about  Russian tradition and much about horses.  
       
      It's just as entertaining a read as the first one and I'm looking forward to the third one.
       
      Recommended
       
       
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