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Review: Two Twisted Crowns

I have been anxiously waiting for the sequel in this duology! I am happy to report it was everything I hoped it would be and then some. Honestly, it might have even been better than the first book, which I didn’t think was possible.

I adored the first book, One Dark Window, and have been rooting for Elspeth and Ravyn. This book picks up right after the events of book one and continue on in the same heart-stopping pace. Gilling’s writing is wonderful and I was turning pages late into the night finishing this. Absolutely loved it and hope to read more from Gillig soon!



In the luscious, dark sequel to One Dark Window, Elspeth must face the consequences of what she’s wrought – perfect for readers of Hannah Whitten’s For the Wolf and Alexis Henderson’s The Year of the Witching.

Elspeth and Ravyn have gathered most of the twelve Providence Cards, but the last, and most important one remains to be found: The Twin Alders.

If they are going to find it before the Solstice and cure the kingdom of the dark magic infecting it, they will need to journey beyond the dangerous mist-cloaked forest that surrounds their kingdom.

And the only one who can lead them there is the monster that shares Elspeth’s head. The Nightmare. And he’s not eager to share any longer.

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