Book Review: The Crowns of Croswald

I’m really delighted to share this wonderful story with you, The Crowns of Croswald by D.E. Night.

Read my full review below!

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Ivy Lovely is just another scaldrony maid, unknown to all except the unkind Helga and her one beloved friend, the dwarf Rimbrick.

But all her anonymity is about to be swept away.

A world of Scrivenists and Royals awaits, of magical training, and mysteries untold. But dangerous enemies are lurking, and it remains to be seen whether Ivy Lovely, with the help of a few enduring friends, is up to the task of facing them.

D.E. Night has successfully woven an enchanting tale full of magical wonders and excitement. The world-building is rich and the descriptions of Croswald and its residents so vivid that readers will feel as if they’ve been swept into a glenagerie bottle, a world of pure and vivid imagination, right along with Ivy and her friends.

The world of Croswald is unlike any other, and there is no doubt that all who pick up this book will find themselves better off for having visited it.

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If you’d like to connect with D.E. Night, you can do so on Goodreads. The Crowns of Croswald is available at Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million.

The next installment of Chip and the Book of Rose Leaves is coming soon. We’re nearing the end of Chip’s adventures, and I’m so excited to share their conclusion over the next few weeks!

Until then,

Alexandria

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