Sarah Addison Allen (Author)
April 29, 2008
5.56 X 0.67 X 8.3 inches | 0.56 pounds
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About the Author
Sarah Addison Allen lives in Asheville, North Carolina, where she is at work on her next novel.
"It's refreshing to find a Southern novel that doesn't depend on folksy humor or stereotypes but instead on the imaginative use of magical realism. Just buy it, read it, and recommend it to others."--Library Journal, starred review "Garden Spells is so tender and enchanting, it drew me in on page one, and held me captivated--without letting me go for even a minute--until the end. I fell in love with Sarah Addison Allen's writing, and her world. She believes in love, and that's her magic: She conjures a garden of moon vine and angel's trumpet, fills it with characters who need each other, and writes so well you'll never forget any of them."--Luanne Rice "Sarah Addison Allen has crafted a wonderful story that will cast a spell on everyone who has the pleasure of reading it. Garden Spells has a harvest of rich characters, a plot that will have you checking what you eat, and a heart that is overflowing with the tangled joys and sorrows of love and life." --Kris Radish "Garden Spells is a rare and mesmerizing novel, brimming with light and fierce joy and the sharp shadows that must accompany such a tale. I desperately want to go live in Bascom and fall asleep in the Waverleys' garden and let the magic and sweetness fill my every hour with its heady sense of possibility. So will you. This is one of the most charming books I've read in ages!"--Barbara Samuel "Garden Spells is truly spellbinding, beautifully crafted and as bewitching as the title suggests. This is Southern charm at its most beguiling, with characters you'll take to your heart, a delicious love story, and a magical garden you'll wish was in your own backyard. I devoured it in one sitting and was left eagerly awaiting Sarah Addison Allen's next novel."--Eileen Goudge "Charming.... [Imbued] with a Southern charm that readers won't want to resist any more than they would Claire's violet cake."--Christian Science Monitor