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The Crowfield Curse

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  • Posted August 5, 2011

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    Reviewed by Theresa L. Stowell for TeensReadToo

    William Paynel is not like other people. Not only did he survive a fire that killed his whole family, but he has the Sight, a gift that allows him to see the fay world that is hidden from others. He discovers this gift one morning while he is gathering wood for the monks at the monastery where he lives, and he hears a strange voice. When he realizes the voice is coming from a small animal-like creature, his world is turned upside down. William quickly frees the creature from a trap, befriends him, and takes him to Brother Snail, the monastery's healer. With this friendship comes an introduction to a mystery that the monks have been covering for centuries, two enigmatic strangers, and a dangerous enemy. Hobs, the Seelie Court, the Unseelie King, and angels are just a few of the magical beings that are entrenched in the secret of Crowfield Abbey and its curse. Walsh creates such a captivating story with her first novel that readers won't want to put it down. Woven into the story is a history lesson that is so subtle that it will enchant while it teaches.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2013

    OMG SO FREAKING GOOD

    This is such a good novel and i am not even finished yet cant wait to start book two

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  • Posted August 12, 2013

    I enjoyed the book albeit haphazard. My favorite part is the de

    I enjoyed the book albeit haphazard. My favorite part is the depiction of Monks being capable of very bad behavior such as greed and mistreatment of the less fortunate or different. I like that William sees through the religious façade of Christianity.

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  • Posted January 29, 2013

    A dark but intriguing tale that will keep you turning the pages.

    A dark but intriguing tale that will keep you turning the pages. Not sure I agree with their age range. I think its content is more sutiable for Jr. Highers but overall a good read.

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