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The Gates of Sleep (Elemental Masters Series #3)
     

The Gates of Sleep (Elemental Masters Series #3)

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by Mercedes Lackey
 

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For as long as she could remember, Marina Roeswood had lived in an old, rambling farmhouse in rural Cornwall in the care of close friends of her wealthy, aristocratic parents. In the seventeen years that she had been fostered by Sebastian and Margherita Tarrant, and Margherita's brother, Thomas Buford, she had lived an almost idyllic existence. As the ward of three

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The Gates of Sleep (Elemental Masters Series #3) 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Lisa_RR_H More than 1 year ago
This is part of Lackey's Elemental series, an adaptation of Sleeping Beauty set in the Edwardian era. I found that setting in and of itself refreshing, given that almost all fantasy is set either in modern day or ersatz middle ages. I found the magical world imaginative and liked how Lackey played with a re-imagining of the Sleeping Beauty tale. The characters were particularly appealing--not just the heroine, but her artist guardians and the villains in the piece, although as usual with Lackey were rather black and while, they were colorful. The pacing was good and the story kept my interest from beginning to end. A good, entertaining light read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found that this book held my interest and my imagination from the first page to the last. I have found that I have always found a little of myself in all her books, maybe that is why I find them all so ingulfing. Read hardy.
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