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There grows in the woods of Dark Root a curious white rose, which only blooms in December. This famed rose is sought by all who know of it, saturated with Other-Worldly magick. An offering from one side of the Veil to the other, a symbol of beauty and love. --From the Grimoire of Juliana Benbridge *** It's Winter Solstice Days in Dark Root, and strange happenings abo There grows in the woods of Dark Root a curious white rose, which only blooms in December. This famed rose is sought by all who know of it, saturated with Other-Worldly magick. An offering from one side of the Veil to the other, a symbol of beauty and love. --From the Grimoire of Juliana Benbridge *** It's Winter Solstice Days in Dark Root, and strange happenings abound. The Hellhounds that arrived with Samhain may still be lurking in the woods, people are forgetting things--as if under a spell, and June Bug has taken adolescent rebellion to an all new level. The only common thread appears to be Erin, the pretty, new waitress at Dip Stix. Determined to solve the riddle, Maggie once again turns to the Deciphering Stone and Juliana's scrolls. What she uncovers is a story with ancient roots, and modern relevance. In fact, what Maggie discovers might just be the most important discovery of her life. Magick. Mystery. Mysticism. Maggie.


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There grows in the woods of Dark Root a curious white rose, which only blooms in December. This famed rose is sought by all who know of it, saturated with Other-Worldly magick. An offering from one side of the Veil to the other, a symbol of beauty and love. --From the Grimoire of Juliana Benbridge *** It's Winter Solstice Days in Dark Root, and strange happenings abo There grows in the woods of Dark Root a curious white rose, which only blooms in December. This famed rose is sought by all who know of it, saturated with Other-Worldly magick. An offering from one side of the Veil to the other, a symbol of beauty and love. --From the Grimoire of Juliana Benbridge *** It's Winter Solstice Days in Dark Root, and strange happenings abound. The Hellhounds that arrived with Samhain may still be lurking in the woods, people are forgetting things--as if under a spell, and June Bug has taken adolescent rebellion to an all new level. The only common thread appears to be Erin, the pretty, new waitress at Dip Stix. Determined to solve the riddle, Maggie once again turns to the Deciphering Stone and Juliana's scrolls. What she uncovers is a story with ancient roots, and modern relevance. In fact, what Maggie discovers might just be the most important discovery of her life. Magick. Mystery. Mysticism. Maggie.

30 review for Gifted Magick: The Children of Dark Root: Book Two

  1. 4 out of 5

    sara

    Well... First of all, the editing is terrible. If reading disjoined sentences and spelling, and repetitive words where they're not supposed to be bothers you, go ahead and skip this book. It doesn't usually bother me, but it was pretty bad here. ALSO, I LOVE this series, therefore I am sorely disappointed in this book. It seemed as if there were huge chunks of the story missing. ** spoiler alert** Maggie goes to battle the changeling and then the next page it's from Eve's perspective the next day? Well... First of all, the editing is terrible. If reading disjoined sentences and spelling, and repetitive words where they're not supposed to be bothers you, go ahead and skip this book. It doesn't usually bother me, but it was pretty bad here. ALSO, I LOVE this series, therefore I am sorely disappointed in this book. It seemed as if there were huge chunks of the story missing. ** spoiler alert** Maggie goes to battle the changeling and then the next page it's from Eve's perspective the next day? Zero information on what happened with Maggie and the changeling. What the hell? The ONLY reason this got even three stars is because I am a fan of the story, not this book in particular. This was definitely a letdown. I'd love to read the next book tomorrow but if it took another month to make it less like this one? I'd be happy to wait. Great series, poor editing, disaster of a book about sums this up. I don't know what else to do than shake my head and move on until the next one comes out.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeannine Green

    Exciting new chapter in the the Dark Root saga I was so excited to read the next book in this series! I enjoy the characters and how developed they are. And the story keeps unfolding in a way that keeps me guessing and wanting more. Most of all I enjoy how the author incorporates actual myths, legends and witchcraft into the story. The strong female roles not only are witches but have their own unique talents. I can't wait for the next book! Exciting new chapter in the the Dark Root saga I was so excited to read the next book in this series! I enjoy the characters and how developed they are. And the story keeps unfolding in a way that keeps me guessing and wanting more. Most of all I enjoy how the author incorporates actual myths, legends and witchcraft into the story. The strong female roles not only are witches but have their own unique talents. I can't wait for the next book!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Noramid Peña

    Welcome to Dark Root! On the second installment of the Children of Dark Root, we go back to the town and the adventures around the Winter Solstice. The children are growing up and developing their gifts. It is great to see the adults too, but what I like about this series is having the children in the front of it. Can we all agree Aunt Dora is a force to be reckon with? At this rate, we will need a book about her!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alisa

    Good but.., I think this is end end for me. It's an okay book but it feels like the story is done or should be. There are definitely spots where it seems to just drag on and on, it jumps around from cover to cover. I throughly enjoyed the author's previous books but thus far the children of dark root series is canned. Itsjust not the quality of her previous books. Good but.., I think this is end end for me. It's an okay book but it feels like the story is done or should be. There are definitely spots where it seems to just drag on and on, it jumps around from cover to cover. I throughly enjoyed the author's previous books but thus far the children of dark root series is canned. Itsjust not the quality of her previous books.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Queen

    Wish the next installment was available I have loved all the Dark Root books and stories. The characters are well developed, but with mystery that is discovered over time. There is always something new to learn about all the loved and not so loved citizens of Dark Root.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sara Anne

    As always... I wish this book didn’t have to end, I’ve become so invested in these characters they almost feel like family. If your looking for a series to get lost in, or an escape from this awful world we currently live in you won’t regret starting these stories.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

    Magic and mischief The children are all quite grown up despite the fact that they are all so young! Dark Root is even more mysterious than ever. April has written another enthralling tale that I can't get enough of! It is going to truly be hard to wait for the next installment. Magic and mischief The children are all quite grown up despite the fact that they are all so young! Dark Root is even more mysterious than ever. April has written another enthralling tale that I can't get enough of! It is going to truly be hard to wait for the next installment.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Connie Hinsley

    Enjoying the continuation of story This story went in directions I did not predict but in the best of ways. Character development is moving right along and the children’s arc is so interesting. Can’t wait for next one.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary Hughes

    The story of Dark Root and it's inhabitants continues, each day seemingly more dramatic than the last. There is a lot going on in these peoples' lives, but there is an awful lot of love being shared to those lucky enough to be accepted into this extendible family. The story of Dark Root and it's inhabitants continues, each day seemingly more dramatic than the last. There is a lot going on in these peoples' lives, but there is an awful lot of love being shared to those lucky enough to be accepted into this extendible family.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    I really enjoyed this book and look forward to the next. There were so many moving parts in this one. The only thing I wish is the demon removal from June Bug would have been explained more. The development of the sisters and the children is great. April left enough doors open for thr next book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    lisa king

    Cannot get enough April is a wonderful writer. She weaves her words so you are drawn into each series and have to finish each. I've read this one three times so far. I love the story. Cannot get enough April is a wonderful writer. She weaves her words so you are drawn into each series and have to finish each. I've read this one three times so far. I love the story.

  12. 5 out of 5

    jennifer lewandowski

    Book 2 children of dark Root If you are into goats and and after life . It is a good read. Action is fast moving and follows the same characters.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jenelle Notsch

    Amazing As Usual Love this series so much. ❤ Just enough excitement and mystery to keep you entertained and wanting to read more!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Heather Cleaver

    Incomplete This is a continuation of the other Dark Root books. It flowed well and continued the story well until about half way through the book. There are many story lines continued or new lines started that are just dropped, the book is incomplete. Hopefully the next book (if there will be a next book) will provide some answers and continue the story.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    The second in the series, it is an enjoyable fantasy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  17. 4 out of 5

    Karen

  18. 5 out of 5

    Janet Stine

  19. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Owens

  20. 4 out of 5

    KathWren

  21. 5 out of 5

    Joy

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Mitchell

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brenda L Tharp

  25. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Williams

  26. 5 out of 5

    Karen Hepditch

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

  28. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Evans

  30. 4 out of 5

    Anne

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