Enchantment

Enchantment

Book - 1999
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In 'Enchantment', Orson Scott Card works his magic as never before, transforming the timeless story of 'Sleeping Beauty' into an original fantasy brimming with romance and adventure.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Pub. Group, 1999.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780345416872
0345416872
Characteristics: 390 p.

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mvkramer Apr 21, 2016

A mostly-solid fantasy work. I liked that Card doesn't forget that people in the past thought differently, as well as lived differently.

Sapphira_Volkov Aug 07, 2013

Does anyone remember what Ivan's kids' names are?

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chanlynn
Jan 09, 2013

I thoroughly enjoyed this fairy tail twist, with good character development. I read this book after being introduced to Card’s writing thru Ender’s Game.

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Justina Tzou
Jun 03, 2010

I love Orson Scott Card and the Shadow series, and I love fairy tales. Imagine my delight when he combined the two. I admit, i was a little suspicious, being that I haven't read anything really of his that is set out of Ender's world, but this book was perfect.

It starts off a little slow, every book needs time to lay down its back story. But this book is extremely clever and entertaining. blending modern day into old fairy tales.

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mvkramer Apr 21, 2016

Sexual Content: The cleanest sex scene you will ever read is in this book.

mvkramer Apr 21, 2016

Violence: Baba Yaga is a fan of murder and torture. A dog dies. There's a battle at the end with explosions and decapitations.

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Sapphira_Volkov Aug 07, 2013

Sapphira_Volkov thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 14 and 99

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