Garden Spells Free E–pub

  • Hardcover
  • 304
  • Garden Spells
  • Sarah Addison Allen
  • English
  • 14 March 2018
  • 9780553805482

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Read Garden Spells Garden Spells characters ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free The women of the Waverley family whether they like it or not are heirs to an unusual legacy one that grows in a fenced plot behind their ueen Anne home on Pendland Street in Bascom North Carolina There an apple tree bearing fruit of magical properties looms over a garden filled with herbs and edible flowers that possess the power to affect in curious ways anyone who eats them For nearly a decade 34 year old Claire Waverley at peace with her family inheritance has lived in the house alone embracing the spirit of the grandmother who raised her ruing her mother's unfortunate destin. Yes this book is definitely reminsicent of Practical Magic in plotline I can t imagine anyone not thinking soa beautiful old house two magical sisters whose mother died when they were young one practical and a homebody the other a wild woman with a daughter who comes back home to escape an abusive man Umsounds familiar VeryBUTThe author creates an amazing atmosphere and the basics of the plot may be the same but the details are entirely new and lovely The aunt Evanelle is an absolutely fascinating characternot to mention the wonderful apple tree who wants to share in all the experiences I stayed up late to finish reading this book and I don t do that often Practical Magic had undertones of darkness and spices mystery and tragedy Garden Spells instead makes magic beautifully mundanea part of these women s everyday life and just as difficult but worth dealing with than the marital problems of Emma and her husband Very highly recommendedthe best book I ve read in a long time Glory Goals and Greed year old Claire Waverley at peace with her family inheritance has lived in the house alone embracing the spirit of the grandmother who raised her ruing her mother's unfortunate destin. Yes this book is definitely reminsicent of Practical Magic in plotline I can t imagine anyone not thinking soa beautiful old house two magical sisters whose mother died when they were Spoken From the Front 2 young one practical and a homebody the other a wild woman with a daughter who comes back home to escape an abusive man Umsounds familiar VeryBUTThe author creates an amazing atmosphere and the basics of the plot may be the same but the details are entirely new and lovely The aunt Evanelle is an absolutely fascinating characternot to mention the wonderful apple tree who wants to share in all the experiences I stayed up late to finish reading this book and I don t do that often Practical Magic had undertones of darkness and spices mystery and tragedy Garden Spells instead makes magic beautifully mundanea part of these women s everyday life and just as difficult but worth dealing with than the marital problems of Emma and her husband Very highly recommendedthe best book I ve read in a long time

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Read Garden Spells Garden Spells characters ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Wn With Sydney's homecoming the magic that the uiet caterer has measured into recipes to shape the thoughts and moods of others begins to influence Claire's own emotions in terrifying and delightful ways As the sisters reconnect and learn to support one another each finds romance where she least expects it while Sydney's child Bay discovers both the safe home she has longed for and her own surprising gifts With the help of their elderly cousin Evanelle endowed with her own uncanny skills the Waverley women redeem the past embrace the present and take a joyful leap into the futur. It is really difficult for me to find a book that suits me I love stories and I love to read Since I don t have a lot of time to read I have to be really picky Which means if it hasn t grabbed my attention early on I normally don t continueWhen I saw Garden Spells on the shelves in the book store I immediately wanted to read it because of the cover the title and the blurb I knew for sure that this was a book that I had to readI was so excited when I sat down and opened the book Perhaps it was the high hopes and expectations I had put on this novel but I was ready to toss it after the first chapter I complained to my husband and cursed the book Stupid book But then I did something uncharacteristic of me with books I gave it another chanceI read on even struggling a bit with the second chapter Funny thing I had been right to judge it by its cover title and blurb because by the end I had really grown to love the magical world Sarah Addison Allen had created Garden Spells is a fairy tale of sorts with an enchanted apple tree envy edible spells love and a happy ending It turned out to be everything that I had hoped it would be And I learned that you can t judge a book by its first chapter Does three sound fair The Longest Afternoon you can t judge a book by its first chapter Does three sound fair

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Read Garden Spells Garden Spells characters ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Y and seemingly unconcerned about the fate of her rebellious sister Sydney who freed herself long ago from their small town's constraints Using her grandmother's mystical culinary traditions Claire has built a successful catering business and a carefully controlled utterly predictable life upon the family's peculiar gift for making life altering delicacies lilac jelly to engender humility for instance or rose geranium wine to call up fond memories Garden Spells reveals what happens when Sydney returns to Bascom with her young daughter turning Claire's routine existence upside do. Garden spells is fun it reminded me of Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman though Both include two sisters who are descendents of a weird magical family which is ostracized by the small town s folks that they live next to Also similar to Practical Magic is the violence in one sister s past that she is trying to get away from Magical realism isn t usually a genre that I enjoy but it seems to work well here My book group at the library chose this but I am glad I gave it a try