Sorcery of Thorns

Sorcery of Thorns
Margaret Rogerson
Star Rating
Reviewer's Rating
Feb 2, 2024

Elisabeth is an apprentice librarian in a library full of grimoires, which talk and can be used by sorcerers to perform magic. When a grimoire is damaged, they come to life as ink monsters which wardens protect the world from. Elisabeth hopes to become a warden one day, but when Elisabeth is accused of sabotage to her library, she is taken to the capital by sorcerer Nathaniel Thorn and his demon Silas. Elisabeth, with the help of Nathaniel and Silas, must unravel a conspiracy that risks her entire world and question what she’s been taught about untrustworthy sorcerers and the libraries she’s dedicated her life to protect. 

The best way to describe Sorcery of Thorns is whimsical, and I adored the worldbuilding and magic. Elisabeth, Nathaniel, and Silas are all endearing and complex characters. This book is especially great for those who love books, as they play a large role in the story. The action is fast-paced and engaging. Overall, this book is one of my favorite fantasy books and is a must read for any young -adult fantasy fans.

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